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Science Could Be One Double Edged Sword

1293 words - 6 pages

  During the development of the technology, more and more people realized that science has already become one of the most important parts in humans’ life. In other words, it is hard to image one day people live without science and what happened to this world. When people enjoy the fruits of science and technology, people also need to face the negative things produced by them. like what Michio Kaku said: “We have to realize that science is a double-edged sword. One edge of the sword can cut against poverty, illness, disease and give us more democracies, and democracies never war with other democracies, but the other side of the sword could give us nuclear proliferation, biogerms and even forces of darkness.”When people enjoy the fruits of science and technology, people also need to face the negative things produced by them. However,it is not absolute,if people can use technology by using effective way, this sword could show its highest power.
  The group of beneficiaries of science is very large, my mother also can be one member of that group. I would like to share one truly story about my mum. At very beginning time, my mother just knew how to turn on and off the compute.Someday, she said to me: “I want to accept new things and I do not want to be out of product in this society.Please teach me something about computers, you can be my best computer teacher” During my childhood, I have showed great interest in the computer, it even can be said I have some talent in the computer.However, during my mothers’ childhood, she had no chance to touch any high-technology such as phone or mp3 and etc. So, let me teach my mum is the best choice. My mother is very smart (Because her major is accounting),but with the increase of age,she always forget something or some steps.From the most basic tools like Word or Excel to some difficult parts like how to reinstall the systems or how to accept the system language, my mother asked me a huge number of questions including more than half repeat questions.I have found something easy to me can be very hard for my mum.So, I slowed down the speed of teaching and did some notes for her. It would be little hard to let one people accept too many new things, sometimes my mother felt boring even wanted to give up. At that time, I would like to educate my mother like she did to me and said “Give up is the cowardly act, no one will admit he or she is coward right? ” It comes out right every time. Gradually, my mother grasped a lot by practicing a lot. She can save a lot of time when organize some complex account book by using Excel. Just by using one software, she never needs to face the huge backlog of work file.During these two years, without my help, my mother even learned something new by her selves. When she missed me and want to talk to me, instead of just calling(because that is very expensive for international phone call) she will choose to video with me or even use FaceTime. Last week, she messaged me by using We-Chat...

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