Science: Curse or Blessing?

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About Muhammad Ashhar

A high school student with an interest in business and entrepreneurship, a writer, football enthusiast and movies/tv-shows fan!

12 thoughts on “Science: Curse or Blessing?

  1. Indeed, every thing has good and bad effect, if it emerges in this very world, depending on fact that how the people use it.
    The destruction of organic life with the enhancement in of inorganic life due to the anthropogenic sources, is the worst effect of development in science.
    But ,science, if used properly,moderately, and for finest and purest purpose will benefit the entire mankind in all ways.

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  2. Hi Muhammad,

    I would say science is a blessing and a curse. There’s no question science has helped in the field of medicine and stuff, but when science starts to impede on our privacy (more in the name of technology than science), then I think it could become a curse, if you know what I mean.

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  3. I understand what you are saying;
    That science has helped us in many fields positively but technology, outcome of science, has rather started to impede on our privacy which we can say is a negative act.
    Anyway excellent comments.

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  4. Thanks. Yes – technology is a result of science. I’m not sure many people think of science when they hear the word “technology”, but technology is a science, and is therefore a result of science. 🙂

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  5. Science is both a curse and a blessing, but I feel it is more of a curse. We should never eliminate it, but it has led to the development of weapons of mass destruction which could lead to the end of this world as we know it. When it is used for peaceful purposes however, it is amazing. We can not continue to live on this Earth without good science such as fuel cells, because if we do we will pollute our selves into oblivion. It is in this way that science is a blessing, and it is always needed to solve Earth’s problems.

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  6. Science is as profound and beautiful as any literature. And I *teach* literature. I find it far more humbling to look up at the stars and marvel in their existence (and mine) than to read the greatest works of poetry.

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