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Science In Everyday Life

Updated on January 6, 2013

Ours is an age of science. And life in this age cannot be thought of without science. In the present century, science seems to have achieved its maturity. Every invention of modern science is a wonderful phenomenon. And we cannot go without them in our everyday life.

Computer :

Of all the wonders of modern science, the computer is the most striking. It works just like Aladdin's wonderful lamp. The computer is a marvelous invention of modern science. It can solve a great problem in the twinkling of an eye. After the invention of the computer, unprecedented progress is found in every sphere of life, such as :

  • Industry
  • Research
  • Trade and Commerce
  • Medicine etc.

The use of the computer in military science helps the superpowers to dominate the whole world. It has been proved very fruitful in space research.

Working With A Computer
Working With A Computer

Television :

Television is a wonderful modern invention. It brings the whole world closer. In television we not only hear news but also see the pictures. It is the most popular instrument for recreation to the modern people. In a television we enjoy,

  • Musics
  • Movies
  • Cartoons
  • Drama
  • Dances
  • Jokes
  • Sports and Games
  • Discovery
  • Geography
  • Animals

Satellite :

The artificial satellite is another wonder of modern science. It is used for a variety of purpose. The first artificial satellite named Sputnik-1 was sent by the USSR on 4th October, 1957. Satellite are of different types such as :

  • Weather Satellites
  • Earth Satellites
  • Communication Satellites
  • Navigation Satellites etc.

A satellite is sent to move around the axis of the earth.

Mobile Phone :

Mobile phone is another invention of science. Almost all people nowadays use mobile phone everyday. Mobile phone has made communication easier. Mobile internet user are increasing day by day.

In the field of diagnosis and the treatment of diseases the contribution of science is immense. In fact, the application of science in our everyday life is beyond description.


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      anil s pawar 

      4 years ago

      vry good knwledge

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      6 years ago

      good work and aweasome

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      yammy guatam 

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      Rodney Fagan 

      6 years ago from Johannesberg South Africa, The Gold Mine City

      Breathing, Yes Modern science has taken us from the the early days through to the new dawn, it will lead us on with more and more wonders and inventions and innovations.

      Early man, picked up a heavy piece of a root, did he first use it to kill an animal for food, or did he use it attack others of his kind to gain what they had?

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      6 years ago from California

      Breathing, great hub, so many things we do not think about.

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      6 years ago from Bangladesh

      Yes, you are absolutely right, but I think we are misusing science by making weapon and using them on the human.

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      M.S. Ross 

      6 years ago

      Don't forget the good ol' non-technological science all around us. Plenty of science in the kitchen, for example (like on that package of indistinguishable food in the back of the fridge). Without that kind of accidental science, we might never have had the wonder of penicillin! Thanks for the follow, and keep on writing!

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      6 years ago

      I think harnessing electricity was one of the greatest accomplishments, it made all of the above possible.

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      Dan Harmon 

      6 years ago from Boise, Idaho

      Yes,science has changed our life beyond recognition from only a few decades ago. I would hate to have to live without it.

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      7 years ago from Bangladesh

      Thanks glassvisage for your comment.

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      7 years ago from Northern California

      Good Hub, though not quite what I was expecting when I clicked on the page - I thought it might have fun facts about how everyday things work!


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