Mankind on the exponential curve

Man has been on this rock for thousands of years, and has learnt to make the wheel and create fire.

Only a few centuries ago, the steam engine kicked off the industrial revolution.

It’s more than 110 years since Man first flew in a powered fixed wing aircraft, and just over 46 years since Man first walked on the moon.

Less than a year ago we received close-up photos of the planet(?) Pluto, and even more recently, detected gravitational waves.

Heart transplants are commonplace now, and Stem cell treatment shows a promising future.

So many advances in all fields of science, medicine, space etc, with our rate of achievements imitating the exponential curve.

Man is a very clever creature.

It would appear there is almost nothing Mankind can’t eventually achieve, and yet . . . . . .

 

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Speed is almost everywhere.

Speed is almost everywhere.

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About cartoonmick

Mick has enjoyed creating cartoons and humorous illustrations since 1996, and his creations have appeared in newspapers, magazines, various manuals and the Internet. Please have a look around Mick’s samples in the 4 sections here and email him for a quote at cartoons@iinet.net.au

Posted on March 26, 2016, in Cartoon, illustration, humour, humor, caricature, political, art, Australia, Perth, cartoonist, Illustrator and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. That does seem to be the pattern. “The funds will be in your account in 7-10 business days…”

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