Albatross Anchor Essay

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Unit 9: Importance of Science in Everyday Life
Jacob Barac
Kaplan University
SC300- 16: Big Ideas in Science
Instructor: Holly Painter
October 27, 2012

Importance of Science in everyday Life
For all the millenniums that humans have lived on the Earth, the most important aspect of existence has been the application of science in people’s life. Everything that occurs on earth, whether it is technological advancement or domestication of animals and crops is done by using science as the main catalyst or the driving force behind everyday humans’ success. It should not be surprising to anyone to see that science and its application of various methods is central and so essential to all the ...view middle of the document...

Alternatively, you would think whether the light has been paid, or the bulb is broken; whichever comes in the mind. Finally, you will theoretically try turning on many bulbs in house till you come to one conclusion when all doesn’t work. That is the possibility to replace any broken bulbs if it seems to be the problem; whether it is mechanical problem.
In a situation like this, there are couples of ways to find out what went wrong with the seeds. The seeds have to be examined whether such seeds came from viable seeds pool, meaning those seeds that can germinate in a normal soil condition. Secondly, the condition of soil has to be investigated to find out whether there is insufficiency of nutrients in the soil or any chemicals that interfered with the seeds germination. If such investigation is completed, the farmer would be able to know the exact problem because something must be wrong and should be resolved for the resumption of farming to proceed in that same area.
It is almost impossible for anyone to think of life without science. In any given, science plays essential roles to humans’ life. When waking up in the morning, one has to go to bathroom and do teeth-brushing just to begin the day. At the course of brushing one’s teeth, there are couples of important stuff that people use on daily basis and they resulted from application of science. For example, the toothpaste use is a product of science because it comes from plants and other mineral. While in the bathroom, there is the mouthwash which is essential for clean and good smell, the deodorant that people use to avoid bad odor and the shaving kits that is use to cutback of overgrowth of hairs allover one’s body.
On top of that, the bath soap, shampoo and towels are all product of science and technology. That marked the early hours of the day because one cannot do without all the stuffs mentioned above. In line with the science is how people go about after preparing for the day. When leaving one’s dwelling for work or school, a number of things happen and they all goes to the advance of science and technology. It should be remembered that that houses’ doors are locked such that intruders do not easily gains access that dwellings that are not theirs.
Therefore, keys are used to lock doors and they come from the use of science to carve out metals that lock doors and make hard to enter without breaking the door. In many places around the globe, vehicle is an important aspect of life that people in the cities need to go about their daily life activities. By driving a car or taking a public bus to work or school, science and technology is being used. And finally, science accelerates life because the foods that people eat partly come from science because farming and processing of food need application of science.
Having come to the world’s remotest region, it is worth mentioning that science have improved my life in so many ways. Although some people around the world still live in...

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