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Science- A blessing or A Curse?

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Science- A blessing or a Curse? The modern age is the age of science. The influence of science can be seen in every walk of life. Science has provided man with many amenities. The world has completely changed by the advance of science. In the way, the world has become a wonderland compared with the ancient world. Science has made many significant contributions to human life. It has increased the happiness and comforts of man greatly. ...read more.


Within a few hours, one can travel thousands of miles and reach different corners of the world by the means of aeroplanes. Fans and air conditioners help man a lot. Houses are lighted, cooled and heated with the latest scientific devices. Electricity is a boon to the modern world. All types of machinery can be run with it. The contributions of science to domestic life are many. Easy and quick methods of cooking and washing are available today. ...read more.


The contribution of science in the field of medicine is vital. Science has helped mankind to fight against many chronic diseases. It has lessened the sufferings and miseries of man. When the blessings of science are innumerable, it has also brought much harm to man. In his search for scientific truth, man has not cared much to se if it would have any adverse effect and this resulted in all forms of pollution. As a whole, there is nothing wrong with science. Man has broaden his scientific outlook and see that the wonders of science should only help in making the world a better place to live in. ...read more.

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