We’ve long surpassed the point of evolution where common people can still have a rudimentary understanding of how the newest technological advances actually work. You did not have to be a genius to have a base knowledge of how a car or a plane or even electricity functions. But now we’re surrounded by — and we rely on — science too advanced to even bother being impressed by it. Remember how cool it was in “Minority Report,” which was released in 2002 but set in 2054, when the pre-crime officers would manually manipulate the size and focus of computer screens? Well, we can all do that now. With our phones.