. Why do the typical internet product reviews and informative articles consist of many short pages--creating a many paged document that requires a lot of page turns to complete? Each page turn requires a mouse click which contributes to carpal tunnel syndrome; and each turn requires a wait period for the new page to load, which is a waste of the readers time. If the time to load a new page is even just 1 second, and it's usually more, even on a fast connection; and that article is read thousands of times, the amount of pure time wasted becomes significant. Additionally, each wait period causes a small, but measurable amount of fatigue in the reader. Cumulatively, this fatigue translates into lower productivity and contributes to reduced performance potential. It also increases frustration, and can lead to psychosis and contribute to other mental illness, with all the attendant ramifications thereof. It can contribute to alcohol and drug use; and anti-social and even criminal behavior. Conversely, less page turning would increase reader productivity, enhance physical and mental health, and have a positive effect on spiritual happiness. Solutions to relevant issues would be more forthcoming. People would get along better. The goals of world peace, adequate food, and good health for all people, will all become that much closer to attainment.