Technology In Particle Fever

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What would life be like if the internet was never invented? It is hard to imagine in today’s time when our whole life is centered around this invisible force. It is our way to communicate with one another, share information, and focus our time on. There is an AT&T commercial that gives a comedic, but very relatable and true depiction of how people react when there no internet. The commercial depicts a family that has lost their internet and for them doing simple everyday tasks like going places or finding an answer to a question is almost impossible to complete because they have become so reliant on the internet to tell them what they need to know. While this and other technological innovations affect us on a daily basis, science that does …show more content…
The United States government halted the production of a similar version of the LHC because they found no immediate benefits from this experiment. They deemed money to be spent on more practical applications such as funding the military, schools, or healthcare facilities. Mark Levinson uses his film to show that investing money into big science projects, like the LHC, is a worthy cause because it answers theories and the many questions scientists and non-scientists alike have about the creation of ourselves and the world. Though it seems insignificant to some, the ideas that are found can become significant and practical applications that can advance and enhance our lives and the world later on in the …show more content…
When some people graduate high school they jump right into getting a job. College is something that they don’t want in their future. In a way they are taking the shortcut in their life because they don’t want to attend another two to four more years of school when there are perfectly good jobs out there that accept high school graduates. Others, on the other hand, want to take that long path because the benefits to them are well worth trying for. For some college is a gamble you put a lot of money into it, but you aren’t guaranteed to graduate or even get a good job after you

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