Science as a Curse

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Media violence is typically unrealistic, simplistic, glorified and even presented as humorous. Despite the debate the subject of violence on television has generated, television has been labeled a culprit.

But it is a sad fact that science has produced deadly weapons. The destruction they cause is frightening. Now machines & robots have replaced man everywhere causing unemployment in all places. People will also lose their economic security & self-respect. Hence science is both a blessing & a curse to mankind

August 6, 1945, is not a day to be forgotten. It marks the world's first use of an atomic bomb, which was dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima by the U.S. Military. Three days later, the United States dropped a second atom bomb on the city of Nagasaki bringing World War II to an end. In total, more than 140,000 people were estimated to be killed. Although the most memorable effects of the atomic bomb were the mass amounts of death, the development of the atomic bomb has greatly influenced American society and the world

After effects of radiation such as keloids, leukemia, cancer, and birth defects still appear even today

The atomic bomb's initial explosion may have been devastating, but it also had many after effects. Three days later, a 10,000 pound bomb, Fat Man, was dropped on Nagasaki, Japan, resulting in 60 to 80 thousand deaths

The exploitation of science can result in several disastrous consequences like nuclear wars, catastrophic pollution and ruinous bloodshed.

The same science which has been of such great assistance to mankind has another face. Science which has bestowed us with development, progress, expansion and growth has also brandished us with hostilities, destruction, violence, ruin, devastation, annihilation bloodshed, carnage and obliteration.

Gone are the days when peace and tranquility used to prevail throughout the world. Today a gun booms in one corner of the world or another everyday. Wars are fought between...
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