Science in everyday life
Introduction: Modern age is an age of science. Many inventions of science have taken place in the present age. They have made our life easy and comfortable. Science has made its way almost in every walk of life.
Gifts of science in daily life: the blessings of science are many wherever we look we find the wonders of science. Electricity, railway, bus, tram, motorcars, ships, computer, telegraph, telephone, radio, internet, E-mail-- All these are the gifts of science
Cotton mills weave our clothes, paper mills make our paper, washimg machin wash our clothes and the TV gives us recreation.
If somebody is ill, he takes medicine. And under goes scanning and operations are being done unbelievable.
To a man in the city, science is almost like a faithful servant. The alarming timepiece wakes him at any hour he likes. The electric oven prepares his tea and breakfast. The cooker cook his food. The electronic media gives him daily news. He goes to office by bus or taxi. He switches on the fan in the office and telephone to his relative in another office to know how he is. After a day’s work, he goes to see a picture in a cinema hall. When he returns home, media gives him entertainment after his liking
Conclusion: nothing is an unmixed blessing. Science has made life comfortable. But it has made life complex and artificial. But the benefits of science in our daily life far outnumber its ills.