Nanotechnology is the newest of evolutionary science technology.
Nanotechnology is the science of manipulating materials at the molecular
level. With the same controversy of cloning nano is changing things
that most people think should be left to evolution. When
talking about this subject you can tie it in with the fundamentals of
ecology. When studying interactions between organisms and their
environment time factors in what happens naturally. With this
nanotechnology it's taking away what should happen to us naturally.
When man creates computers small enough to implant into a wrist and
supply materials that strengthen and lighten bridges and airplanes it
makes technology to ahead of the times and creates chaos with in our
earth's systems. Environmentalists fear that nanotechnology, may create
contaminants whose tiny size makes them ultra-hazardous. With
that in mind it makes you feel like why are they even considering this
technology? Clearly from the effects of possible toxins and the ideals
of morality and what playing with God can effect. In other cases the
scientist researching nanotechnologies think they could cure cancer.
Let's think of some questions and possible solutions to nanotechnology: Is creating technology like this maybe a form of evolution?
Some would like to think so. As man becomes more aware and
understanding of the biomes we live in we think of new and exciting ways
to advance are research into what we are and how to alter it. Is finding technology to help better humans worth spreading toxins into our environment?
As scientist continue research they try to figure out ways to keep this
technology efficient to help us, but not change the active ways of our
abiotic factors that make earth what it is.