How Does Science Affect Society?

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Science and technology seems to affect the society more negatively than positively. Science is considered to be responsible for many of the problems that face us today. The problems are the advancement of weapons, bombs, biochemical and nuclear weapon. Another problem is human dependences on technology, such as the internet, computers, cell phones and many more. Yet one of the biggest problems is pollution of our environment.
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