How has science improved your quality of life and why? ...
I don't know that it has improved my quality of life, as I have no way of knowing what my quality of life would have been without the intervention of ...
How has science improved your quality of life and why?
I don't know that it has improved my quality of life, as I have no way of knowing what my quality of life would have been without the intervention of science.
Overall I imagine my quality of life would be better without science intervening, [ discounting of course the strong possibility I would be dead already in which case the question would be pointless.
Disease, pain, hunger, and monotony would all be accepted as the natural course of things and therefore cause very little anguish.
Chemistry, physics, biology, and engineering would not exist so school work and exams would be far easier.
Finding a career or a job would be better as there would be no chance of getting stuck with a mundane job like a factory worker or bus driver. Nobody would even want to be a pilot with no planes to fly, or a sea captain with no ships to sail.
Food would be a lot tastier because it would all be fresh.
There would be no cars, washing machines, shopping malls, or air conditioners to foul up the air.
There would be no newspapers, television, or internet to bring us news of what everyone else was doing, so we wouldn't get zealous.
Our bicycles wouldn't work because nobody would have invented rubber tires or bicycle chains, so we could spend all our free time trying to fix them.
We wouldn't have to worry about global warming because there wouldn't be enough people to make it happen and there wouldn't be any scientists to argue about it.
I'd quite like to live in a world without science. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=20110204000738AAOo6lB
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