Today it seems technology is created to improve everything. Its intentions are always great, but the reality is often far from it. Some new technologies may end up causing more problems than solutions. These problems may be pollution, job loss, or even unreliability. My focus in this blog is the creation of automated assembly lines in the automobile industry. These new mechanized assembly lines sped the process, increased output, and lowered prices, but at the same time they are putting thousands, if not, millions out of jobs. They even have put some car companies close to bankruptcy, and forced many American car companies to outsource to other nations. At the time I am sure the person who created this technology had great intentions. I mean on paper it sounds great, but in reality how are people going to buy cars, even if they are cheaper, when they do not have a job. Basically, this technology that was supposed to help people has ended up hurting some people. Sure, it may improve life for some but what about the people that were put out of a job because of a machine. Some could compare this to the monks that wrote before the printing press cam along. When the printing press was created these monks way of life, writing the bible and other scriptures, was basically taken over by the printing press. Again, this technology helped people but hurt some at the same time. All of this shows that technology really is an order of nature. What technology does, has an incredible affect on nearly every aspect of life. Something that seems so simple like the printing press literally changed the world. Technology orders/changes nature based on the simple changes that it makes. One could also say that technology doesn’t just change nature, but it is also nature. Just because it is manmade does not make technology nature. Man is nature and technology is created by man, so therefore technology is nature.