Science Editorial Science – A word that has an Infinite amount of possibilities. Science has changed over the decades, centuries even, but in my perspective, science is still the same thing. It is the connection between everything around us. People, animals, plants, the past, the future and even the simple piece of paper you threw away. Science is a vast topic with endless facts and theories, which a great number of people have thought of in the past and will think about in the future. Science motivates us, a reason to keep going and to explore the world around us.
All the facts and beliefs about science Is Important as every mistake we made, we learn a bit more knowledge than before. Science is important to me because it is basically how I interact with the world, an example of which, after learning about the human body, I understood how males and female differ a bit more than I used to. Science affects us in every way possible, at home, in Winnipeg, In Canada and even the whole world. The world our ancestors lived in is long gone and has drastically changed In area, population and other various things.
Their belief about the Earth being flat has been promen wrong, the Egyptian belief their god travelled every morning and night carrying the sun, other planets have been spotted besides our own Earth, all in all; theories have been promen true yet others have been said to be false. The effect science has brought us since then is change. As our science improved, we uncovered pieces of the world’s past and possible futures. Some past facts or beliefs; the Earth was born to what was known as the Big Bang Theory, and our continents used to be known as one giant upper continent called Pangaea.
The effect of science has gradually changed our way of thinking and increased our potentials. In my neighborhood, science is diverse. The children recycling in school and helping pick up trash helps our community stay clean and even bigger, helps lessen pollution around us. Though science produces good effects, it also brought upon us unfortunate results, factories near Winnipeg, their garbage, gases, and all the wasteful bacteria released harms us just as much.
The third environmental principle states, everything Is connected to everything else. If bacteria or harmful substances find a way Into our ecosystem, our plants will be unhealthy, the animals that ate those plants will get sick and we end up killing those animals without knowing their well-being, eat them and all the bad nutrients we received are then in our bodies.. All types of life forms are important, and nowadays, it seems my own neighborhood forgets that. Science can be a double-edged sword, to everyone around us, even In my neighborhood.
My family and I are affected by science Just Like anyone else; technology has Improved and came up with heaters & irk conditioners for winter and summer when the weather is harsh so my family can feel comfortable when the world’s temperature’s varies. The time when every single member of my family grew up, science has changed them. From the time we were born, when we were toddlers, when we went through the embarrassing stage of puberty, adolescence and into adulthood. Science affects not only ourselves, but also the way my family cares for each other.
Since I live In Canada, I benefit a lot from different things. However, for people in very rural areas, I guess it would be the opposite. For a person in Africa, pollution is everywhere. We are playing with our iPads, but on the other side of the world, they have no idea what internet is. It’s sad to know science isn’t being shared equally around the world. Science is constant change and I believe science will change in a way we well learn more about ourselves than we knew. That doesn’t necessarily mean I expect we’re going to discover new diseases/cures or new parts of our body in the future.
But I hope that as time passes, we discover the other heavenly bodies in our solar system. Science can only take us o far, but some of the stars and galaxies are yet to be discovered. In the future, I believe we can finally be able to send a team of scientists to uncover the secrets of the even bigger world around us. Science is everywhere; the simple tree outside my window is one ecosystem, home for tiny little organisms. Other examples of science in the trees: photosynthesis in the leaves, the growth of fruits on its branches and its appearance during the different seasons. Every person I see is also a part of science.
Their human bodies, different body structures, genes, blood type and their growth- ll of it is a part of science. It is impossible not to find science in our everyday life, as science is everywhere. My favorite area of science is definitely the human body. Though I can’t handle blood and stuff like that, I find the things about our different body systems fascinating. Knowing how each body system is co-dependent to another system shows me how capable the human body actually is. My favorite system would probably be the circulatory system. The blood traveling around the body carrying nutrients, oxygen, wastes and other things, is so cool to me.
I never knew how much blood really mattered until I learned about the body systems in grade 4 in the Philippines. In the future, science will again change and it will most likely be different from what we know right now. Though some facts are already proved, we can’t really be too sure on what is going on around this world. All we can do right now is to stay, look back and marvel at how science changed and will change the world. 7 environmental principles I learned from my old school in the Philippines http:// beta. pemsea. org/topics/youth