The articles are focused on the positive side of life, the promise of global international trade, the development of jobs for the the young who will be burdened, one way or another with the responsibility of caring for the ever increasing aging population, aging in part as a result of advances in medicine and diet and exercise, etc. etc. etc. The articles are about the butterflies, endless butterflies that go on and on from caterpillar to butterfly to caterpillar to butterfly as generation after generation embrace more and more rapidly the tech-industrial future that await us.
There are other articles that talk about the wasps that seem to go from nest to nest swarming at different times in different places. The angry disenchanted, dedicated to their disenchantment with this world, hungering to bring back a simpler, clearer, less ambiguous authoritarian world of distraction and disorder that will lead them to their dreams of righteousness.
And then there are the other articles that tell us with the chilling clarity of scientific research that the butterflies and wasps are nothing more than the physical manifestations of our hope and despair, and are both en route to the history books that will never be written, and never be read, as we complete our brief moment on this earth.