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tv is a tool to tell you about averything
I think "vision" comes from Latin. (But I am not 100% sure.) That should be added.
>> Yes, vision comes from Latin "visio", but this is simple English page, putting that in the article would make it more complicated. VISION is a regular English word, compared with TELE- which is not normally an independent word (rather a prefix). That makes it worth mentioning its Greek origin. Dulldull 03:09, 21 March 2006 (UTC)
"Television addiction is a serious addiction that causes hospitalization, dependency on pharmaceutical medications, and ultimately death." Not neutral. Where was this information gathered, where can this be verified?Draya522 00:15, 19 November 2007 (UTC)
- Not only not neutral and unsourced, but parts of it were either speculative (UN ban, last version before VR and neural interfaces) or just plain wrong (DVD were released to draw customers to a dying technology, Digital is a sign of dying tech, etc). I removed the entire section. -- Creol(talk) 07:34, 19 November 2007 (UTC)