All this is wonderful and a great service to man but, at the same time, it also has a negative side to it, a negative impact on the society of the times.
People have got so very engrossed in this TV and its wide variety of programmes that, no one, yes no one has any time to spare for even his next-door neighbor, leave aside the society at large.
When a TV programme is to be aired, people of all hues and colors get glued to their sitting rooms, no matter what may occur around them.
They become absolutely unaware of their surroundings and are completely lost into the world of the television.
Some have argued that television clearly has negative effects on youths—such as violent programming resulting in children who are more fearful, more aggressive, or more insensitive to the suffering of others—whereas others believe that such effects are, at best, ambiguous.
Although it is uncertain which perspective is right or wrong, it is quite certain that the debate continues to galvanize social scientists, parents, and politicians in the United States and elsewhere.
That landmark report was one of the first and most widely disseminated of its kind, and several more would follow in the forthcoming decade.
Soon, however, questions were raised about whether television viewing decreased dialogue between children and parents and whether children could be expected to maintain academic progress as their average total viewing time increased to more than 20 hours a week.
Everyone will live by himself, for himself just like the living beings of the animal world.
We will that day not believe in the definition that man is a social animal, and, that day we may have to be satisfied by saying that man is just another animal and not a social animal.