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How could science and technology be used to solve all or part of a human problem?
How could technology best be used to solve the problem of most of the health hazard being because of incinerators and regulated medical waste?
Find a way to incinerate waste without allowing lead to escape. apex
Classification helps organize species into more easily recognizable patterns, and these patterns illustrate the evolutionary history of each species. The classification patter…n pretty clearly reveals a nested hierarchy of forms, into which even fossil specimens can be placed. A nested hierarchy is what we would expect if most or all species shared common ancestry or, in other words, had undergone evolution.
Poverty preventing young people from choosing to experiment with drugs and alcohol diseases *Technology can solve all of these problems, unfortunately there are still som…e idiot drug attics, but there will always be some stupid people in the world (unless we purge them).
So many ways. Medical technologies have revolutionized human health standards. Technologies like LifeStraw (a water-purifying straw) are helping to improve the quality of life… in developing nations. Communications technologies like the internet have halped keep our vast, diverse world connected, and new advances in computing technologies have given the average middle class family access to affordable technologies like laptops and cell phones. These have also created a broad knowledge base for the average person, and helped people become more aware of what's happening in the world, and even get more involved. New hydrogen and photovoltaic cells are helping us make the transition to cleaner energy, as are wind farms, nuclear energy facilities (this one does cause thermal pollution) and tidal power. Genetically modified crops and livestock are helping to increase food yield and feed more people, although monoculture is a serious problem.
Particle physicists used devices known as atom smashers. These may be linear accelerators, or in the shape of a ring which is known as a cyclotron. One of the most famous …atom smashers is the Large Hadron Collider, which recently discovered the famous and long sought Higgs Boson. Microbiologists use a wide variety of instruments, including microscopes, flasks, beakers, pipettes, centrifuges for separating tissues and materials, petri dishes for growing cultures, scales, test tubes, and so on. Many of the things microbiologists use are also used by chemists. Geologists use picks, microscopes, spectrometers, seismographs (for measuring earthquakes), and lasers for measuring tectonic plate activity. Astronomers use telescopes, particularly radiotelescopes. Paleontologists use picks, shovels, buckets, brushes, and mesh screens. The screens winnow tiny specimens from dirt and dust. Meteorologists use thermometers, barometers, rain gauges, and Doppler radar. This list is by no means exhaustive or comprehensive, but instead serves as as sampling.
You're missing a connectivity device, but need to exchange data between two laptops.
To some extent it depends on what you mean by "solve" and "problem", but the answer is no in any case. 1. If by "solve" you mean solve analytically (i.e., come up with a for…mula that gives the solution) and by "problem" you mean a problem of something as simple as predicting the orbits of the bodies that make up the solar system, then there is a mathematical proof that no solution exists. 2. If by "problem" you mean the problems important to society like war, famine, global climate change, how to live a satisfying and happy life, and by "solve" you mean that scientists working alone can arrange by themselves for these problems to disappear,, then the answer is no. In some limited cases, like global climate change, scientists can suggest possible solutions, but unless the vast majority of the people help implement the suggested solutions, no solution will be accomplished. And science has almost nothing to say about values, ethics. the best form of government, etc. So, no. Science (and certainly not scientists alone) can not solve all problems.
I seriously doubt that it could, because the more things we create, even though they may solve certain problems, they create more, thus creating a never ending chain of proble…ms... However, that is just my view...
yes because you need to always remember the 7 rules of safety in case of a emergency
Having records on the computer makes them more accessible to both the employer and employee. For timesheets and payroll, it saves hours of time of figuring paychecks, ta…xes and other contributions. In the department where I work, insurance information is going online shortly. That means that any changes will be able to be made just once for everyone to be updated--the employee, HR and the insurance companies. Currently, the information is located in files, which is okay. But there is a lagtime between when the employee sends in a change and when it is entered into the respective systems.
Science and technology are knowledge based. They give no strength to what men and women need to solve problems. They might give power, "with knowledge comes power" but what yo…u do with this power is what is important. The true things in life that must be grasped are love and wisdom. These are what will allow someone the ability to deal with real world problems. Knowledge is like a list of facts, and science gives us knowledge. Wisdom is applying knowledge to daily life which is what truly matters.
-they use scientific method -they use trial and error method
Find a way to incinerate waste without allowing lead to escape. < = Apex!