Simplifying Things

Simplifying Things

  • Submitted By: manjubn
  • Date Submitted: 02/27/2009 7:47 AM
  • Category: Science
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the advantages of science and technology is it can simplify things through correct approaches and scientifically and methodically formulated, it can solved and explain a wide areas of field of life, the disadvantages is it might be used for human devastation and can make endanger humans lives because of high technologies and might be use for acquisition of power to rule.

Science and technology can cure your diseases, provide shelter and food for crowds of people, enable the creation of large cities to allow collaboration in enterprises, and perhaps even more.

They can also entice you to sit in front of a TV (commonly called an idiot box) and fill you up with other peoples ridiculous ideas while your body slowly wastes away from lack of exercise.

* You get to know more about the world around you.
* More species would be discovered.
* More scientists on the planet Earth.
* More subjects for you to study in school.
* More technology for our convenience.

* Scientists die in labs because of accidents.
* Too many species to keep track of.
* Animals disturbed from habitats.
* Plant species taken from environment.
* Rare species threatened.

Advantages and disadvantages of modern technology.
Technology can be defined as science applied to practical purposes. Nowadays, when the rapidness of development and research is so impressive, it is easy to think about the advantages of modern technology. Nevertheless some people argue that science can destroy mankind. It is also obvious that we are close on an era where technology is limited only by our imagination. Therefore the most frequently asked question is: Does technology go the right way and will it save or ruin our civilization?

It can be argued that modern technology makes life easier and more dignified for most of people. The first and the major advantage is that medical science is very progressive and vastly available. Without the needed technology a lot of...

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