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New Horizons. Breakthrough Energy Movement. The Dreaming Celestial later scanned Uatu and learned the Watcher had broken his pact of non-interference almost times. The Celestial also revealed that the Watchers, like the Celestials themselves, were servants of a concept called Fulcrum , with apparent consequences for interference.
Even on Earth, Uatu dwelt in his citadel on the Blue Area of the Moon , where he was exiled and blinded by the other members of his race for his "compulsive participation in events. In the Earth universe, the Watchers were stone totem-like, alien supercomputers with a large red eye that "watched" everything happening in the universe. The Watchers had not too discreetly witnessed significant events on Earth ranging from Steven Rogers ' injection with the super-soldier serum and Magneto 's establishment in the Savage Land. By the modern day, the Watchers foresaw a great devastation that would happen on Earth and had chosen Rick Jones as their herald to face this coming crisis.
In the early days of the new universe, the Watchers would be forced to maintain their pact of non-involvement by the Celestials after not acting to prevent the birth of Galactus , and then later interfering with an alien race which would then create atomic weapons that would destroy their world. Valar morghulis! Even nominal bystanders can be harmed by a culture of surveillance. I remember semi-eavesdropping on a first-year student discussing her essay-in-progress - concerning Instagram and its effect on self-esteem - with a group of peers, and the conversation turning to how annoying it was to have to keep on top of monitoring and liking the posts of friends who went to different schools.
Maintaining the friendship from a distance required a kind of constant maintenance that felt oppressive and made their feeling decidedly less warm for their absent friends. Some students express a wish to opt-out, but worry over the social cost of such a choice. Even when we are seemingly removed from the watching, the culture of surveillance may have negative consequences. I have experienced this with the Nextdoor social networking service. In theory, Nextdoor is meant to better connect you with your neighbors, bonding you through these increased moments of contact. It may, in fact, be much easier to feel neighborly to your neighbors when you know much less, rather than much more about them.
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