| A perfect work: science without conscience is the death of the soul
Whether science is a boon or a bane for mankind? It is a never-ending question. Today Science has so much intent on our life that it is really hard to imagine living without tools. Here the dispute arises. Will too much dependency on scientific tools gradually demolish the human race? 'Hyperconnexion' has also raise the same question for us.
It's a scenario of our forthcoming future. Xenia is an ultra powerful universal network. By using this high-powered network people just have to do nothing; on the contrary, they may live their life to the full. But, there must be another side of the coin. People forget that science without conscience can be destructive. Due to some technical problem or attack of virus Xenia broke down and some mishap happens.
Not more than eight minutes and in such a short duration director Nicolas Debru magnificently represented the purpose. The movie what it is, a perfect 10 because it takes the vision that science without conscience is the death of the soul. All the actors have done an extremely impressive job.
Science helps to push forward the mankind. It is Man's helpmate and has been a great blessing to man. It has conquered nature. It has helped the blind to see, the deaf to hear and the lame to walk. In fact, in every field of life, it has given us comfort and luxuries. There is no doubt that science has made our life easygoing, but on the other hand, it is gradually converting man from master to slave, which is a curse for mankind. It may be high time to take a step back from technology to truly evaluate our position. Let us hope that ultimately sanity prevails and science is used more and more for the benefit of humanity.