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5 Reasons Why Human Life Has Become One with Science

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Science is the mother of all other subjects on earth. Without science, it is quite hard for us to define subjects like economics, mathematics, geography, medicine and even history. Apart from the theoretical knowledge that we gain, the practical life that we lead is also not possible without the influence of science. All of us know that science has a major impact on all our lives and here we are going to discuss some of the factors that help us determine how much science has gone one with our lives. We will list here the different facets of the world that cannot survive without science.

5 Reason Why Human Life Has Become One with Science

Medicine:

Medicine is one of the basic benefits of science. The moment we say science, we closely relate ourselves to nature though there is much more to science than the leaves, roots and animal kingdom. However, it is this basic instinct that made us explore nature and natural elements and helped us enjoy the benefits that it caters. Human race came with the idea of medicine and now needless to say we have different branches in medicine and all of it drawing us back to nature.

Technology:

Technology is the brainchild of science, and if it were not for the technology, we wouldn’t have praised science and its growth the way we are doing it today. Technology is a by-product of science. Right from the very first invention that came to life that is the fire we have closely been associated with science and technology. Today the heights that we have reached with the help of technology is immeasurable. It would be right if we call technology omnipresent! We can even watch scientific virtual events from the comfort at our home and earn free CE/CME credits!

Agriculture:

The first known profession of the earth and the one that can never fade away is agriculture. The first activity of man that helped him make better use of nature to help him feed the human race without disturbing and interrupting the eco-system. That is the reason as to why the field of agriculture receives a lot of attention. As far as agriculture and science are concerned, they aren’t two separate things as they are intertwined, and they are inseparable. Now, agriculture alongside technology is doing wonders in the food chain and in our consumption pattern.

Economy:

Remember the way we began the content? Everything in the world is science as science is nothing but organised and systematic knowledge, and economics is not an exception to it. Right from changing the warfare patterns to changing the way we trade, it is not just economics but the financial sciences that lay beneath it. Economics can never wish away science, and without science, economics cannot exist independently.

Global Village:

With the growth of science and technology, the world has become a much smaller space to live. It is in fact as the scientific and technological developments that helped the world shrink, and that is why we call it the global village. Global trade, global communication, global access in the transportation of men and materials are all the benefits that science has given us.

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5 Experiments that will make you Look like a Genius

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DIY experiments have never failed to amaze us. So here are some of the amazing experiments that will make you look like a geek and will never fail to amaze your audience.  With no further ado, let’s get to the list.

5 Experiments that will make you Look like a Genius

A square bubble:

Making a square bubble looks like quite impossible. But in reality, we can if you can assemble a medium size plastic container, washing liquid, straw, pipe cleaners, scissors, and glycerine.  Now full the container with water, little less to full and pour the liquid soap into it. Add glycerine to the mixture and mix well. Now cut the 12 straw into halves and made the cut pieces into a cube with the help of the pipe cleaners. Dip and take the cube out and see the square bubble form!

Scary slime:

Slimes are quite common DIY experiments today, but we are going to make it a bit scary. Here are things that you will require.  Two bowls a big and a small one, water, borax, spoon, PVA glue, green food dye, soon and ziplock cover. Add borax to half a cup of water in the small bowl and mix it well. Now add PVA glue and water along with the dye into the large bowl and mix well. Keep stirring while adding the borax solution to the big bowl and pull the liquid slime out of the bowl and transfer it to the zip lock cover. Store it and use it to scare someone later.

Homemade rainbow:

You will need 4 glasses, 4different food colours, syringe, sugar, water and a mini test tube. Add one tablespoon of sugar to the first glass, two to the second, three to the third and four to the fourth. Add water to stir and mix well. Now mix the food dye, one in each glass. Pull the syringe out and start transferring the colour solutions to the test tube. The water will different densities will stand as layers to form a rainbow!

Lava Art:

For this experiment, you will need a quarter cup of salt, half a cup of water, quarter cup of oil, an empty glass and a food dye. Add water to the glass and mix the brown food colour to it. Mix well before adding oil to the glass. Add salt to the mixture and leave it for a while. Then add drops of blue food dye to the solutions and salt.  Then add a few green drops and again salt. Be with what you see!

Orange candle:

Apart from being an interesting experiment, they can also be used as amazing home decorations.  You will need matches, a knife, a small cup of olive oil and orange. Slit the orange asking the middle portion. Open the fruit by twist the half to get a properly cut fruit. Pull the fruit out and leave the skin with the vertical thread-like portion in between. Pour the oil. You can either leave it open or close it by using the other half as a kid making a circular hole in it.