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Science has really done wonders for all of us and our lives. Science has discovered laws, has invented many new products. Engineers, doctors, and scientists have made a number of gadgets and appliances for use at homes, in offices or in industries. Without science it is difficult to imagine what our like would be like.

Science continues to make our life easier, healthier and safer. Long ago people lived in darkness in the night and did not much know about other countries. Now people have flown to the Moon.  The enormous development on the Earth has been possible due to dedicated scientists and sharing of knowledge.

When I say science, it means mathematical, physical, chemical, biological and medical sciences.  The way we use Science, leads to some important side-effects effects: global warming, pollution, chemical weapons etc.  Unfortunately, science cannot prevent these side effects and potential risks.

In future science will advance more in each area and will contribute to improve quality of our life in each small aspect. Advances in medical science are making our life span longer and healthier.  Use of energy and resources will hopefully become rational and more efficient.  We will be able to eat high quality food and drink high quality water.
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In future the science will make the man do wonders that are perhaps not possible to imagine now. Huge amounts are being invested on scientific researches.  More and more jobs and professions may evolve due to science.

Is the man going to help the mankind more in future? At times one wonders if science will make our life more complicated.  It is a good question that  only future can answer.
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The great scientific advances in the time of Hooke and Newton motivated wealthy patrons such as the government to begin subsidizing science as a profession. Much of the motivation came from the public benefit delivered by scientific discovery, and that benefit was strongest if discoveries were shared. The result was a scientific culture which to this day rewards the sharing of discoveries with jobs and prestige for the discoverer.This cultural transition was just beginning in the time of Hooke and Newton, but a little over a century later the great physicist Michael Faraday could advise a younger colleague to “Work. Finish. Publish.” The culture of science had changed so that a discovery not published in a scientific journal was not truly complete. Today, when a scientist applies for a job, the most important part of the application is their published scientific papers. But in 1662, when Hooke applied for the job of Curator of Experiments at the Royal Society, he certainly was not asked for such a record, because the first scientific journals weren’t created until three years later, in 1665.Science in the broadest sense refers to any system of objective knowledge. In a more restricted sense, science refers to a system of acquiring knowledge based on the scientific method, as well as to the organized body of knowledge humans have gained by such research.
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