Technology vs Nature - Is technology affecting the nature in 2021

Technology vs Nature - Is technology the opposite of nature in future

Tech vs nature

Spending a week in a safari tent in the middle of a nine-acre raw uncontrolled woodland made me think about the division you have between nature and science and technology.

It would be easy to conclude that there is a difference between nature and technology. Combustible fuels from giant machine-fired flammable fuels have filled our atmosphere with CO2, radio-waves are blowing air, frequency conflicts are starting to occur, we cut up large areas of forest and woodland and dump entire waste. The ecosystem for raw materials or for grazing cattle so that its rapidly expanding and progressively more obese population can be feared. At least not all of our planet is filled with by-products of our rapidly growing capacity to produce convenient goods. You will be easily forgiven for concluding that science has not made many choices on your planet.

When you look at the surface of our situation, it is clear that technology is destroying everything. But if you take the time to peek under the surface, a lot of annoying reality presents itself.

Science is just one way to understand our nature. Do not understand the waves and the electromagnetic spectrum that gibbered your airways. If all the radio transmitters on the planet suddenly went silent, I could turn on the radio and hear something. Stable is, among other things, the sound of global background radiation that we know at the beginning of time. In the same sense we have no understanding of the combustibility of pouring harmful mixtures into our soil and endangering the integrity of our soil if we choose to endanger our water quality or natural gas

Knowledge is not a tool of good or evil. Truth can cause injury or heal wounds but it is not good or bad. It's just. The choice of such people is harming our environment.

This is not new. People have always thought less about the long-term side effects of their actions. Technology has recently accelerated our ability to achieve our goals, and as such, we have accelerated toward the results we have previously refused to consider. Even before the Industrial Revolution, people cut down trees to build houses, light fires, warm themselves, and do crafts. Yet it was impossible without some effort to regain what might have been removed. Once the industrial revolution was in full swing, we had fallen trees, factories were making machines to make goods from them, and so there was a high demand for raw materials.

When I look back, I can't blame those people. Little did the lumber-jack-filled hand know that his lack of woodlands would increase. Little did the first train know that the coal they burned would become scarce and eventually global temperatures would rise. In the last fifty years, however, we have known the long-term consequences of our actions. The same science that holds us responsible for our failures has shown us these failures. We have seen the damage to our marine life caused by our waste, the potential catastrophic impact of our dependence on flammable things is the global warming and the hole we have created in our ozone layer.

And yet we use too much without thinking about our future. Larger automakers are not investing in cleaner renewable fuel sources, which others take pleasure in taking innovative risks. Larger energy suppliers continue switching to cleaner, renewable power stations for fear of becoming less profitable. The governments of the world have refused to impose strict bans on the above for fear that their stocks will depreciate. Greed, laziness and the adversity of risk have got you on your way.

Technology may have enabled us to reach this stage but it is the lack of prior planning and personal responsibility that has brought us here and kept us here. Assuming that we humans cannot wait for a responsible collective moral conscience to grow, what do we get out of this confusion? Many people shout and say the cause of their problem. We need new technology. We need to be affordable, profitable, clean and renewable. This is only if the technology can be blamed because we have overused technology that has been inadequate for long-term use.

Let us take a moment to think about an example. The construction of houses means removing our wildlife, destroying farms, health and wild lands. We flatten the land, fill the rivers and lakes, cut down the trees so that we can build our houses and the roads that pass through them. Why do we do all this? For convenience. Our trucks, diggers and cranes cannot operate in mountainous, rocky or forested areas. Wheels and tracks are inadequate for that environment so we will enrich this ecosystem so that we can use our inadequate tools. 

The same can be said about our roads. We carve very large swatches and decks in our landscape so that the wheels on our cars can drive you from A to B. They will get stuck and then die.

Technology exists for vehicles with legs. NASA’s recent entry into the DRPA Robotics Challenge can navigate many strange and erratic regions. This technology is currently slow, cumbersome and difficult to produce but imagine a future where all vehicles have this level of mobility. Basically houses can be built in the woodlands without cutting down trees and we will not need roads for transportation.

Only large corporations and governments resist changes that protect our future and our environment. This tendency to view new technology as unnatural is unnecessary and misleading. His views have been more or less the same since the beginning of GM crops. Despite scientific consensus that GM crops, as well as gene therapy, and stem cell technology research are safe and widely useful, negative public opinion has strongly suppressed it.

To summarize; Science is just a way of understanding our nature and technology is the tools we create with that tool. Science is not incompatible with nature. The idea of ​​science is more consistent with nature than with anything that can be understood. The rift we see between nature and technology is when we pick and choose from science what happens when we ignore or reject things that are not favorable to us. This has been further exacerbated by further ‘make’ and failure to strive for ideals. Stable technologies find themselves overused. There are no hard and fast solutions to our problems. Solving what is needed can only be done by taking the findings of the scientific process seriously and without looking back to make the necessary changes.

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