Futures, debated

IB English B: Futures, debated

The consequences of ingenuity in Science & Technology ... until relatively recently, scientific knowledge was considered to be fixed and static - at least in principle, even if there were gaps in knowledge which needed to be filled. The same applied to technology, where machines and tools evolved slowly, if at all, over centuries. In the contemporary world, both science and technology appear to be changing vertiginously...

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