The true title of the article is Why We Need Utopian Fiction Now More then Ever. It is a really long read and when I first started reading I was questioning if I had ever read a book that had a successful Utopian book. The author of the article seems to be a Star Trek fan and seems to think that was utopia. i watched a few episodes and it seemed that they were always having issues, whether on the ship or at places they visited. https://io9.gizmodo.com/why-we-need-utopian-fiction-now-more-than-ever-1830260945 No work of dystopian fiction has ever stopped the scenarios it portrays from happening,” he argues. “1984 didn’t prevent the surveillance state, and Blade Runner didn’t hinder corporate destruction of our environment. That made me think. Dystopia fiction or reality, one cannot stop what is happening from happening. History has not been learned from and humans continue to make the same mistakes. So why do we fight against the inevitable? People crave a utopian society but has there ever been one that succeeded and everyone was satisfied? I think that is the issue with people that want a Utopia, they fail to realize that people are different. As much as some want us all to come together to be one and work together, that will not happen. My wants and needs are vastly different from many of yours. Someone always ends up oppressed and taught to obey. Following the rules starts at an early age. She ends the article with: Yet, in such a bleak reality, hope is radical. And the more we dare to dream about our own utopias, then we might just be inspired to stop the end of the world—as impossible a dream as that may seem to be.