Technology and Its Impact on Society

1082 WordsOct 31, 20125 Pages
Technology and its impact on society In this paper I will talk about the topic that technology will eventually destroy the entire civilization, since people are greedy and the revenge of nature. Technology 's advantages and disadvantages are a subject of constant discussion. Those who are against technology have the opinion that technology harms people and will ultimately ruin human civilization. Threats to the environment are pollution, resource depletion, greenhouse gas, and nuclear power abuse. Those who find technology advantageous, on the other hand, argue that technology benefits people. For example, the internet facilitates the communication between the diversity groups of people. Genetics increase people 's lives and cure…show more content…
Look around our world and think what people have done to the nature. We know that everyday two species in the world disappear. We also know the greenhouse gas lets the glacier of the South Pole melt. Moreover, the tropical rain forest is continuous decreasing; fertile soil turns into desert rapidly; garbage produce at a high speed rate; water 's quality is decreasing speedily; the resource and energy are continuously dried up; various strange disease are prevailing over the world. Nature cannot bear human 's brutality. It begins to revenge to human. Look back what happen in 2005. We will find out that hurricanes makes larger damage than in other years. Earthquake let thousands people died and lose their homes. Bird flu and aids are prevailing at that time. I believe that nature balances everything on the earth. Nature is the judge on the earth. It has its own law. No one can break it, even are humans. Compared to nature, humans are too insignificant. However, humans ' crankiness and greedy let them neglect nature 's power. We should not ignore that other creatures also have spirits. They will complain humans ' crime to nature. Nature will give humans some punishments such as hurricanes and earthquake. At this time, people feel despairing and helpless, and begin to fear the revenge of nature. However, humans never
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