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Science in Service of Mankind

  • Date Submitted: 10/01/2012 11:14 AM
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The gifts of science can be felt in every walk of life. Its services to humanity are immiscible. Science and its wonders appear to be unalloyed blessing. It impacts can be felt in all spheres of life, namely health care, education, communications, agriculture, industry, etc.

It has made our life longer, easier and comfortable. Moreover, it has brought about a change in our outlook. Undoubtedly, science has revolutionised our life. Practically, no field of our activity is untouched by the impact of science.

The phenomenal development of modern technology and the spectacular successes of researchers in various branches of science are the bases of all those remarkable things which have sprung from the brains of our scientists. In fact these brains are the perennial source of the miraculous wonders which appeared in the form of television, telescope, computer, robot, space-craft, and aeroplane, to name a few.

Science has produced such state-of-the-art equipment which can probe the depth of the ocean, as well can measure the height between earth and other planets of the solar system to find out the possibilities for the existence of life on them. Science has produced such advanced technologies which have directly or indirectly contributed to enhancing the life expectancy of the human beings. Diseases like plague, TB, chickenpox, etc. no longer remain horrible.

They are completely curable. Science, to some extent has overwhelmed the forces of nature. Our meteorologists can forecast the mood of nature. They can draw out strategies in advance to combat the evil impact of storms and hurricanes.

The invention of mechanical man or robot as it is popularly called is one of greatest wonders of science in recent times. The days are not far when these mechanical men would replace the human labour and intellectual skill making human life less fatiguing and much more comfortable. In the field of commerce and industry the electronic machines are doing wonderful...

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