Whos responsibility isit to regulate science? or should there be government intervention in the first place? will external intervention hinder the progress of science?
What about the poor?? science is more often than not a privilege which only the rich can afford. did anyone think about the poor? would they be disadvantaged
Questions regarding moral issues. Izit right to clone? Izit right to condemn people as criminals based on "criminal genes" ?
How it has made life easier for many farmers. for example weed killers, herbicides etc.
GM Food. isit healthy? How isit better than normal food?
Are medicines and medical instruments the ultimate solution to cure diseases?, While medicines and medical tools have proven successful in treating many illnesses, the state of 100% success rate has yet been achieved. This poses further questions- where did the treatment go wrong? What can be improved on?
Mercy killing, Stem cell research ---> are all this right?
how science has manage to provide cures to many diseases once taught to be incurable in the past.
Will science ever provide an answer to the existence of life since it is able to create life forms through cloning?
Will the advancement in technology through science truly enhance the quality of live?, While certain advancements in technology does bring about higher standards of living, especially in the material aspect, it may not provide a solution to a wholesome quality of life as it fails to address the non-material aspect of our lives., Furthermore, the benefits of certain technologies such as nuclear technology are debatable - while it enhances our life through its generation of electricity, which is essential for many activities, it also poses a threat to our lives with its creation of nuclear weapons, tools of mass destruction which are often used by rogue nations today.