> Gee whiz I'm going to start watching YouTube as well so I can make some > fundamental maths discoveries, just like you did. Thanks so much, dude.
The internet has radically changed our society. And along with change comes resistance to that change. There are plenty of people today, for instance, who scoff at the idea of love relationships that begin online. Shopping, DIY projects, learning guitar, science. All have changed. It may not be totally clear now, but the internet will be looked back upon as a force that created a bifurcation in the species of homo sapiens. One branch will be those who chose to adapt, and the other branch are those who were left behind.
We can take a guess at the nomenclature: - Homo sapien technicus, and - Homo sapien ludditeus
(There are some who hold that the species has already split, citing the widely known fact that attractive human females will not mate with technogeeks.)