In addition to blockade and nucleic acid testing, which are two routine killers to deal with the epidemic, some local governments have also crossed the sea with eight immortals, showing their magical powers, and inventing all kinds of new prevention and control methods and new terms, just like the British science fiction writer Aldous Hux Brave New World by Aldous
Huxley is generally edgy and magical. In the new popular database future world imagined by Huxley, everything is planned and designed rationally. Before birth, people were divided into five castes: Under strict scientific control, they abandon their thoughts and emotions, settle for their predestined identities, and become manipulated slaves all their lives. Such an ideal state may be the ideal of most authoritarian dictatorships.
Friedrich Hayek pointed out in his book "Deadly Pretence" that human beings have excessive confidence in their rational ability, believing that rationality can acquire almost perfect knowledge, thereby constructing a perfect social plan and realizing the ideal human being Life.