One of the interesting part when september is coming is the science month. All of the schools are busy upon doing activities related in science. We are now on the 21st Century where all things are spoon feed on us. Sometimes, things are thrown in the can if not needed and just buy something new. Reinventing the Future- reinventing means to make a big change which means turning your small crap to a useful one.
Reinventing the future: Advancing communities through Science, Technology, and Innovation
Essay: The future of science – Lorenz Adlung Blog
What consumes the best and brightest minds working in science today? With the brand-new anthology Future Science: Essays from the Cutting Edge , literary agent Max Brockman poses and provides a spectrum of answers to the question. From astronomy to virology to computer science, 19 first-rate researchers contributed short pieces to this collection, intended for the curious layperson. For younger scientists i. For much of human history, we have been explorers of other continents — examiners of rocks and regions ripe for habitation, the culmination being the Heroic Age of Antarctic exploration and the capstone being our flags and footprints on the surface of the Moon. The total volume of liquid water on those worlds is estimated to be more than a hundred times the volume of liquid water on Earth. If humans are to succeed as a species, our collective shame over destroying other life-forms should grow in proportion to our understanding of their various ecological roles.
13 Incredible Inventions That Will Power The Future And Change Our Tomorrow For The Best
What we imagine today may or may not exist tomorrow. Anything may occur by chance, which means change is guaranteed. But with this generation, which is already a technology-based and modernized system, we can assume that in the next era, more advanced instruments, equipment, and apparatuses will be generated as it appears to have a great impact on the society and the environment, relating to what we, humans had encountered before and what we are continuously experiencing in our generation today.
Their views are based on contemporary science. But the largest convictions of contemporary science remain based on reductionism. I would like to begin a discussion about the first glimmerings of a new scientific world view — beyond reductionism to emergence and radical creativity in the biosphere and human world. This emerging view finds a natural scientific place for value and ethics, and places us as co-creators of the enormous web of emerging complexity that is the evolving biosphere and human economics and culture. In this scientific world view, we can ask: Is it more astonishing that a God created all that exists in six days, or that the natural processes of the creative universe have yielded galaxies, chemistry, life, agency, meaning, value, consciousness, culture without a Creator.