Science in Everyday Life

Introduction: We live in an age of science. Impossible has been made possible by it. It has been creating wonders after wonders. We depend on them very much in our everyday life. In fact, modern life cannot be thought of without science.

Electricity: The invention of electricity is a landmark in the history of scientific inventions. It has brought about a revolutionary change in all spheres of human life. It has given us modern life in the true sense of the term.

Conquered distance: Science has conquered the distance. It has given us the Telegraph, Telephone, Teleprinter, Television, Fax, Telex, etc. we can now send messages to the other corner of the world within seconds.

Communication: Science has given us trains, Steamers, Motor cars, Airplanes, Rockets, Speed boats, launches, etc. we use them to move from one place to another very quickly.

Medical Science: In the field of medical science it is not lagging behind either. It has invented various life savings drugs. It has given us vaccines, X-rays, Ultra-Sonography, and other latest methods for diagnosing and curing serious diseases. The anti-biotic is a wonderful invention of science.

Entertainment: Science has given us various means of our entertainment. It has given us the radio, Television, Cinema, Tape-record, VCR, etc. for this purpose. In fact, these things constitute an essential part of our daily life.

Agriculture: Science has also made a great break-through in the field of agriculture. It has replaced our traditional agricultural works by giving us tractors, power pumps, deep tube wells, fertilizers, high yielding varieties of crops.

Printing: Science has invented paper. It invented the printing press, type-writer, and cyclostyling machines for helping the rapid spread of education.

Recent inventions: Nuclear power, supersonic planes, space-ships, etc. are some of the recent inventions of science. The computer is another wonderful gift of modern science. It is now being used widely in all spheres of life.

Conclusion: Modern science is an Aladin’s lamp. The Impossible is being made possible with the help of science. It has given us great power over nature. It has given us many opportunities. But it is a matter of great sorrow that many of the wonderful inventions of science are now increasingly being used for bad purposes.

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