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Trial Technology Humans in today’s world are progressing in terms of new technology. Technology is a body of human knowledge that can be passed along from one place to another and from one generation to the next. Technology in many ways has made our lives easier and which clearly reflect on peoples life styles both positively and negatively. This essay focuses on some pros and cons of the trial technology

Technology provides countless visible advantages for human beings. Moreover, people are much relay on the benefits of this and a life without computers, vehicles and other tech-applications is unable to imagine. Also technology helps improve school. At home, technology helps doing some of daily chores so that time can be spent on more important things. In school, technology is used as tools to improve student learning ability

However, at the same pace technology brings some threats to people. For instance, the inventions of weapons especially nuclear war gadgets are extremely dangerous for the existence of the entire life forms on earth. In addition to that, an increased use of motor vehicles causes of our ecosystem, which directs certain problems such as global warming and unsteady climates.

To my mind, the appropriate use of technology by taking the positive effects and by ignoring the cons, can bring about great changes in our life.

In a conclusion, the advantages and disadvantages of science and technology is purely depend up on the way in which is applied. Therefore, I believe the contribution technology has made to modern life has been…...

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