A weekend post on 19.June

2011.June.19.(Sunday)

It’s a movie weekend! I bought a 2TB external hard disk which fit with the cable TV channel receivers so that I can record any TV programs broadcasted from 40 cable TV channels.


"ドラえもん のび太とブリキの大迷宮"

"Doraemon: Nobita and Tin-Plate Labyrinth"


I used to be a big fan of Doraemon when I was small. I am still fan of this work, specifically its movies. Even though the movie is literally intended to be a kid’s film, but the target must be their parents too who bring the kids to the theatre.

In this movie, there exists another planet where robot technology is highly developed. On the planet, there are no human farmers nor human doctors and not even human scientists! Every human activity is managed by robots. Then where are humans? The humans were kicked out by those intelligent robots and they are in jail. The robots had realized that there’s no sense to have humans anymore so the robot scientists intentionally developed "useful machines" for humans which ended up with muscle/brain decay. One human intelligent scientist realized the bad consequence halfway through, but, he was also put in jail. No hope to humans but Doraemon and the friends

"It’s Sunday everyday"
When some main figures from the earth happened to hear the social system, they envied the people on the planet. But is it that good? I don’t believe so. People work, study then we get the reward, the calm weekend..If we only got the reward, we would become the lazy as in the film. But this film alerts that the technological development can affect badly humans so we have to have a wide view on which direction to go.

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