Recently, the format of Facebook was remodeled... yet again. Being a user of Facebook since 2006, I have already seen Facebook make two changes to its layout, and quite frankly I still miss the one that it had when I first started using it. It was the most organized and the easiest to use. I also feel as though now I am receiving to much information about people I hardly know. In my sociology class "Analysis of Social Thought", we are learning about Kuhn's stages of science. Thomas Kuhn, American physicist, developed a theory on how science shifts from one belief to another. His theory does not allude to the fact that because a science is new, it is better than the one it replaces. As best put by another scientist Max Planck "A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it." This theory applies to Facebook. If you ask the average Facebook user what the second generation layout looks like, they probably weren't using it then or don't remember. The new format with boosted advertising and more addictive nature will become the norm and fade out the older, better version.