Introduced on February 1, 1982, was a 16-bit x86 microprocessor with 134,000 transistors.The Intel 80386, also known as the i386, or just 386, was a 32-bit microprocessor introduced by Intel in 1985. The first versions had 275,000 transistors and were used as the central processing unit (CPU) of many workstations and high end personal computers of the time. As the original implementation of the 32-bit extension of the 8086 architecture, the 80386 instruction set, programming model, and binary encoding are still the common denominator for all 32-bit x86 processors. And today we have processors that can handle 128 billion commands per second, that is just one example of how we’ve advanced technologically, and the above mentioned is technology that is publicly available, so the technologies governments used are much more superior to those used commercially. Even the language we use today has changed with the change in technology the words email, spam, website, Google etc. were either jargon or never existed. With this said what led to this exponential growth in technological advancement? There quite a few theories and the two that is mentioned most often is that over the past 50 years there’s been more school thus more educated people and more people to advance technology, the other is that the alleged spaceship that was found at Area 51 is what led to the state of technology today. It is said that the remains of the spaceship that crashed in Area 51 was collected, studied and the results is the technology we have today. The first theory is the one that is easily accepted as it doesn’t involved any aliens or trans dimensional beings and also credits humans for today’s technological success, the second theory i find more interesting as it is not the first time that there is mention of inter-dimensional intervention. Aliens are mention in Ezekiel’s Wheel, the construction of the pyramids, Egyptian, Aztecan, Toltec, Inca and Mayan. So what does all of this mean, will we ever stop developing, what happens when we does eventually reach our pinnacle of technological advancement, how does this affect us? Does this mean that in the next 10 years that peoples social lives with be squeezed into a device the size of a fingernail, as peoples social lives are now already compacted into a hand held device? Has all this new technology really improved our lives or just complicated it a little bit more by adding all these new variables to our biological equations? What does this mean to you?