If we look back at life 100 years ago and compare it to life today, we see that science has dramatically changed human life. With the advent of the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century, the impact of science on human life changed rapidly. Today, science has a profound impact on the way we live, primarily through technology, which uses scientific knowledge for practical purposes.
Certain forms of scientific invention have revolutionized our lives. For example, the refrigerator has played an important role in maintaining public health since its invention. The first automobile dates back to the 1880s, and it took advantage of many advances in physics, mathematics, and engineering; in the 1940s, with the simultaneous advancement of electronics, physics, and mathematics, the first electronic computers appeared. Today, we have super-fast supercomputers that are 100% accurate.
Science has a huge impact on our lives. It provides the foundation of many modern technologies – the tools, materials, technologies and sources of power that make our lives and jobs easier. Scientists’ discoveries also help shape how we think about ourselves and our place in the universe.
Food technology research creates new ways to preserve and flavor the food we eat. Industrial chemical research has created a wide variety of plastics and other synthetic materials that have thousands of uses in homes and industry. Synthetic materials are easily formed into complex shapes and are used in the manufacture of machines, electrical and automotive parts, scientific, technical and industrial instruments, decorations, containers, packaging materials and many other items.
1: The application of science in everyday life helps us solve many problems, including the maintenance of health, the production and preservation of food, the construction of houses, and the provision of communication and transportation (transport-related) facilities. With the help of science, we control epidemics and many other types of diseases. Now that we know the basic structure of DNA, genetic engineering is being studied to find the right and correct gene therapy to overcome all diseases.
2: Science has changed people and their lives, lifestyles, eating habits, sleeping arrangements, ways of making money, ways of communicating with each other and entertainment. With the help of science, all kinds of music systems, computer games, electronic video games, DVDs, film entertainment and communications have been brought to our door. Human life is very different from what it was 100 years ago. Science gave ears to the deaf, eyes to the blind, and limbs to the disabled. Science has advanced, transformed, civilized, enhanced, and advanced human life fully, powerfully, and productively. Science brings complexity to human life.
In short, science changes, improves, enhances, improves and perfects human life in every way.
3: Today with the help of science, we can explain what was strange and mysterious to people in the past. Genetics opens new doors in understanding human genes and cells.
4: Humans are now more discerning and less fearful than our ancestors and ancestors.
5: Child mortality was high two hundred years ago. In those days, seven out of eight babies died before they were a year old. Life expectancy has now increased with the help of vaccines, drugs and a proper healthcare system. People are living longer and safer lives today than they did 200 years ago. Biochemical research is responsible for antibiotics and vaccinations that protect us from infectious diseases, as well as various other drugs used to address specific health problems. As a result, most people on Earth are now living longer and healthier lives than ever before.
6: After that until the age of 12, a person has fallen prey to diseases such as smallpox, measles, whooping cough, scarlet fever, and diphtheria. Now science has conquered these diseases.
7: At a later stage, a person is again under constant threat of yellow fever, malaria, typhus, cholera, typhoid, and influenza. Today, we have vaccines and medical assistance to deal with these health problems. Further research is underway to find out the causes and treatments for these and other disorders.
8: Diseases used to spread from one person to another. It’s called an epidemic. Now, with the help of vaccines and drugs, we have beaten these diseases. But the science still needs to do more research and has to battle other disease areas.
9: Life is uncertain. Thirty-year-olds are rarely seen, as many die of disease earlier than thirty. These conditions prevailed not long ago.
10: In our daily life, we communicate with different friends and relatives, various officials and general purposes. Many people to contact may be far away. However, both time and distance have been conquered by science. Whether we want to communicate or travel, we can do it quickly, briskly, and quickly.
11: Babies are less likely to contract diseases these days because births are usually carried out in hospitals under the supervision of a team of specialist doctors. Science has created vaccines for young babies to protect them from diseases later in life.
12: The young man also received prompt treatment, and now this man has lived for about seventy years.
13: Science and the scientific method help in finding out the cause and prevention of disease.
14: The sanitary conditions in the past were poor. Now we have a better health system.
15: City streets are unpaved; there is no proper drainage. Trash and other rubbish can be found everywhere. Pigs were seen wandering the streets. People draw water from dirty wells. It is now possible to use filtered mineral water to fight disease.Solid waste management is no longer a problem, the municipal party committee has the responsibility to use the latest machinery and equipment for management and dumping
16: Now all those flaws are gone and clean everywhere. It is illegal to throw rubbish on the street. As mentioned earlier, there is a proper drainage system and new and improved solid waste management methods. There is a separate department concerned with the hygiene of the town.
17: A century ago, water was taken from outside buckets for domestic use. It has sometimes been shown to be harmful to human health. Moreover, it cannot meet daily needs. But now water filters have become a common thing.
18: The city now has plenty of water. For example, Los Angeles gets its water via pipeline from the Colorado River 340 miles away. This water is supplied to Los Angeles after a proper water filtration process.
19: Our food has also changed with the help of science We get a variety of foods. In the past, food could not be preserved. But now the quick freezing method makes preservation possible. Thanks to modern techniques such as dehydration and sterilization, there is no chance of food poisoning. We get all kinds of fruit, meat and vegetables. Even those outdated fruits and vegetables.
20: Not only have our eating habits changed, our house has also improved. Transportation has also undergone great improvements and changes.
21: Science has also changed our attitudes. Superstitions have been abandoned because they have no scientific basis. Now people are not afraid of cloud and thunder.
22: Now people no longer believe that disease is caused by evil spirits.
23: Compared to 100 years ago, astrology and fortune-telling are no longer popular. No one is afraid of black cats, broken mirrors and the number 13 these days. Because science has proven that these fears are unscientific and illogical.
24: Science has changed longstanding misconceptions that are not backed up by scientific facts.
25: Research in the field of science and technology makes people open-minded and international, because a scientist does not like to travel off the beaten track, he is always trying to discover new things, new explorations, new discoveries and new inventions.
26: Science also brings medical devices that help save human lives. Kidney dialysis machines have helped many survive what once proved deadly kidney disease, and prosthetic valves have allowed coronary heart disease patients to return to active lives. Lasers have been used to treat painful kidney stones since the 1980s. Lasers are used when kidney stones cannot pass through the body after a few days, it provides a quick and low-pain way to break down the stone and allow the stone to pass easily through the body. This technique is called lithotripsy.
27: Arthroscopic surgery is a technique that uses fiber optics to probe complex joints such as the knee, shoulder, ankle, and wrist to assess damage. Minimally invasive surgery to repair damaged joints; surgeons use an “arthroscopic” to examine the joint while repairs are made through a small incision.
28: 200 years ago, no one even knew that human body parts could be replaced or transplanted. Kidney transplants are now widely used around the world to save human lives. Dr. Christian Bernard was the first to invent the method of heart transplantation. Eye transplant technology is used these days to see this beautiful world again, for those who have lost their eyes. These are the blessings of science.
29: Ultra-high frequency (UHF) waves are distributed for a variety of purposes, including televisions, cell phones, public safety radios, business radios, military aircraft communications, military radars, cordless phones, baby monitors, and more. Whether watching over-the-air TV, talking on cell phones, sending police/fire/ambulances to emergencies they encounter, or having national airspace protected by military aircraft, they all benefit from the science of allowing the use of UHF waves. It can even be used to treat some diseases.
30: For communications, now we have fixed wired telephones, mobile wireless telephones, cordless telephones, mobile telephones, wireless, video conferencing, internet, broadband internet, email, social networking, satellite communications and many other means of communication. These are the blessings of science. Today, thanks to satellite TV channels, we have a better understanding of what is going on around the globe. The benefits and benefits of science to human life are endless.