Why does.... politics doesn't.....( change??)

Technology changes the way we live....essentially our outlook  on life....our health....our travel.....our business......but why doesn't politics change our politics???

I am not a grey hair human who wrote a 100 books on marxism or democracy or blah blah blah...

 But common sense suggests me that, the current politics (esp democracy) was in place as to promote " voice of the people" "for the people" "by the people" if I never slept in my social sciences class.

So in this age of collaborative web 2.0....for heavens sakes Why not developed internet societies like USA won't get out of this Grey haired 70 something with rotten Ideas rule the land and dictate their future.

And why still autonomous bureacracy is not in place atleast for science and education with futurisctic budget allocations and independent think tank policy makers??? 

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  • Bonus fact: If the Earth became a black hole, it would be crushed to the size of a ping-pong ball.

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