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OLUWASOLA ABIOLA ELISHA: HUMAN DEPENDENCE ON TECHNOLOGY: A CURSE OR BLESSING?

Human! The amazing creation of the creator Blessed with intellect And knowledge to select Though not perfect Yet capable of doing things near perfection Because with human creation Comes passion with great innovation Technology! The human imperfect creation That changes from generation to generation Coming daily with better innovation Leading …

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Abraham Tobiloba Gabriel: Societies’ Role in Inspiring Scientific Curiosity and Creativity.

Science (from Latin scientia, meaning “knowledge”) is a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the universe. Science is fundamentally human pursuit – done by people, for better understanding of ourselves and the world around us. It has permeated every aspect …

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Oyedunmade Adedoyin (O.A.): Societies’ Role in Inspiring Scientific Curiosity and Creativity

During his demonstration of the carbon filament light bulb on December 31st, 1879, in Menlo Park, Thomas Edison said; “We will make electricity so cheap that only the rich will light candles”, and ever since then, the world has come through a revolution in electricity generation so vast that it …

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OGIINI MOBOLAJI RICHARD: Human Dependence On Technology[computers Especially]:Benefits and Harms

To start with what is Technology itself? Technology is the use of science in industry engineering to invent useful things Or to solve problems. The term Technology came from the Greek word ‘Techne’ meaning art and craft and the word logos, meaning word and speech. It was first used to …

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ODEMUYIWA Suliat: SOCIETIES’ ROLE IN INSPIRING SCIENTIFIC CURIOSITY AND CREATIVITY

There is the popular saying that necessity is the mother of invention, nonetheless, needs are not the only determinants of the extent of commitments of man to explore and invent. Human wants, luxury, interest in manipulating the components and features of the ecosystem as well as the desire to contribute …

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AGBOR SYLVIA: HUMAN DEPENDENCE ON TECHNOLOGY (COMPUTERS ESPECIALLY): BENEFITS AND HARM

Imagine you wake up one fine Saturday morning and realize that all forms of technology(majorly computers and phones) have been suspended. Indefinitely. What do you think would happen? Statistics have shown that more than 80% of the world’s population would probably start World War III. That is saying a lot …

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