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Some people feel that developments in science are happening so fast that it is difficult for people to appreciate the effect of such advantages. Others feel we should trust scientist more and stop worrying.

Views often differ on whether it is difficult for people to take in the impact of evolution in science since it is happening so fast or we should stop being skeptical and believe in scientists. While it is often stated that there is no need to be concerned and the effect will be seen in the long run, I would argue that science is changing too rapidly for us to appreciate its benefit.
Those who support the idea that we should trust scientists claim that we should trust scientists. According to these people, the swift developments play the role as preparations for the future holds many unpredictable changes which cannot be easily seen in the short term. This group even maintains that scientists are professionals and for that reason, we should utterly count on them. It is because they do lots of research to prove a statement and their claims often have high accuracy.
I would be inclined to disagree with this as I believe that evolution is happening so fast that we might be unable to comprehend. There are a variety of reasons that led me to believe this. Firstly, I strongly agree that the adaptability differs in each region. For instance, during the COVID-19 pandemic, most students use electronic devices to study online instead of going to school, whereas in other remote areas where the internet is not yet available, teachers have to go to each student’s house to give assignments. Intricacy like this is no longer a strange thing in other parts of the world. Secondly, it is widely known that these improvements have some possible side effects. The more inventions being created, the fewer opportunities for employment. Besides, they may also cause major hazards on health such as cancer, obesity, tuberculosis, …
In a nutshell, science is changing every second and the government and scientists should take measures to show its advantages and at the same time solve the potential problems.
Views often differ on whether it is difficult for
people
to take in the impact of evolution in science since it is happening
so
fast or
we
should
stop
being skeptical and believe in scientists. While it is often stated that there is no need to
be concerned
and the effect will be
seen
in the long run, I would argue that science is changing too
rapidly
for us to appreciate its benefit.

Those who support the
idea
that we
should
trust scientists claim that we
should
trust scientists. According to these
people
, the swift developments play the role as preparations for the future holds
many
unpredictable
changes
which cannot be
easily
seen
in the short term. This group even maintains that scientists are professionals and for that reason, we
should
utterly
count on them. It is
because
they do lots of research to prove a statement and their claims often have high accuracy.

I would
be inclined
to disagree with this as I believe that evolution is happening
so
fast
that we might be unable to comprehend. There are a variety of reasons that led me to believe this.
Firstly
, I
strongly
agree
that the adaptability differs in each region.
For instance
, during the COVID-19 pandemic, most students
use
electronic devices to study online
instead
of going to school, whereas in other remote areas where the internet is not
yet
available, teachers
have to
go to each student’s
house
to give assignments. Intricacy like this is no longer a strange thing in other parts of the world.
Secondly
, it is
widely
known that these improvements have
some
possible side effects. The more inventions
being created
, the fewer opportunities for employment.
Besides
, they may
also
cause major hazards on health such as cancer, obesity, tuberculosis, …

In a nutshell, science is changing every second and the
government
and scientists
should
take measures to
show
its advantages and at the same time solve the potential problems.

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