Is Technology and Science same?

There’s a lot of buzz around the world about Elon Musk. He offered so much money to buy Twitter that it caused quite a stir. Some countries are starting to think that Elon Musk can buy their country too. As humorous as the subject is, Elon Musk hasn’t had the opportunity to pay much attention to it. Later, he kept his focus on how to do something new.

It was Elon Musk who in 2001 launched a “March Oasis” initiative to grow food crops on Mars through a greenhouse project to stimulate interest in space travel. In October 2001, Elon visited the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) modified as a means of space transportation, accompanied by Jim Cantrell and his college friend ADO Racei. The team visited Monpeio Lovskin and Kosmotrus Company in Moscow.

At the end of the meeting, the team returned empty-handed to the United States. In 2002, they again traveled to Russia to see three ICBMs. Met Kosmotras again. The team returned to the United States empty-handed when the company offered to sell a rocket for $8 million. On the plane back, Elon told the team he was with him, that he would form a new company and build rockets himself. After that, in May 2002, he invested 100 million dollars and created the subsidiary “Space Exploration Technology Corporation”. Elon Musk mastered rocket technology in just two trips.

Its manifestation is the spacecraft named ‘Falcon-1’ and ‘Falcon-2’. After that, the company’s full-fledged space vehicle “Dragon” was built. The “Falcon-1” rocket launched in September 2008 became the world’s first self-funded spacecraft capable of carrying satellites into Earth orbit. This example is enough to account for the talent of the talented tycoon Elon Musk.

Another marvel of the tech world is Amazon’s Jeff Bezos. He has already announced that his future plan is to send people into space in cylinders. It will be possible to give birth to offspring in space; Entire settlements can be built. Locals will come to visit the world on vacation. He also said that many people will be born in space.

This will be their homeland. And the world will be a place for them to visit. Meanwhile, model gay couple Adli and Ravi have poured ghee into their dream home. Their dream is a noisy association in space. The goal is to board the SpaceX spacecraft that will send passengers into space in 2026.

In today’s world, technology companies have enormous influence. Over the past two decades, they have brought about a big change in people’s way of life. On the other hand, efforts to control it are not lacking. For several years, the fight between these tech giants and the governments of different countries around the world has been raging.

Many countries, including Russia, India, Britain, America, Australia and New Zealand, are lobbying Google, Twitter and Facebook. The ‘Five Eyes’, an alliance of Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, said tech companies should hand over encrypted material to law enforcement. They were clear, nothing can be done in the name of end-to-end privacy and encryption, which helps criminals. Facebook’s battle with Australia a few months ago had far-reaching effects on the tech giant’s takeover of the planet.

The Australian News Agency complained that IT companies were harming businesses by using their news links. As a result, the government has taken steps to enforce the law, so that tech companies have to pay an appropriate price for using the information. Google initially protested but accepted this law. Signed huge contracts with major Australian news outlets.

Facebook bans Australian media reporting amid fight Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says organizations can change the world. But that doesn’t mean they rule the world.

While such a decision might be easy for Australia’s 1.7 billion Facebook users, it could be different in the future in countries like India, Indonesia, Brazil, Mexico or the Philippines. , where the number of Facebook users is second only to the United States. However, Australian authorities and Facebook resolved the issue within days at the negotiating table. But this is not the end, only the beginning of a larger war.

Even America is considering adopting a law like Australia. Britain, Canada and the European Union are also considering Australian law. Last year, on October 4, the cry of “Gel Gela” was heard around the world. WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram were unavailable for six hours. At that time, the internet crowd was overflowing onto competing social media platforms. Businesses based on Facebook or WhatsApp shut down instantly.

Imagine, not just a few media outlets or a few hours, but what the world would look like if all social media disappeared – forever, indefinitely? Think on the other hand, if the world can reach with today’s technology and knowledge in the atmosphere of a few decades ago – when there was only Google, YouTube, email, there there was no other technology! Currently, more than 90% of companies in the world use social media for placement. About 4 million businesses advertise on Facebook. About 50 million businesses interact with their customers on Facebook.

Over 80% of adults around the world currently collect information from social media. Only 5-10% of people get news from print sources. You can imagine what will happen if these suddenly stop! You can imagine – again, people are reading newspapers, reading books, watching movies, going to the cinema, spending time face to face with friends, handwritten letters are reborn, emails are given new life! Does this come to you in your imagination or in your dreams?

Who will be useful for a secure future – science or technology? Or the integrated approach to science and technology? It was then that the technology was called the “bastard child” of basic science by Christopher Caudwell in his acclaimed book “Studies in a Dying Culture”. There, he says, pure basic science will be misled by technology. Technology will do everything that is bad for people. There will come a time when technology will become the Frankenstein of basic science.

People will enjoy the joy of technology, but deep down in this technology, it will cause people to be destroyed. Is Caudwell’s theory relevant to us today? We are so immersed in technology that we have forgotten that lights, fans, computers, cell phones, the Internet – these practical things were actually invented over a long period of basic science, and most have were made in the laboratory.

Many people confuse technology with science. Technology can be based on science, but not all technologies are scientific. Technology may fall into the hands of science, but it cannot continue to be called science because of it. Technology is about Silicon Valley, not science labs. Trying to reconcile science and technology is like looking at a one-eyed deer. There is a huge gap between the philosophy of modern science and the philosophy of technology. Technology constantly clashes with currents of scientific practice. Scientific projects have been cancelled, projects and administrative structures have changed.

Scientific truth is not fixed truth. These truths continue to be tested, broken and shattered. For example, the rotation of the earth around the sun is a permanent fact – realized by Copernicus, Galileo, Newton, Einstein. Science waits who will have the last word. Technology, false science enters through this breach. And the poison of bigotry comes from the hands of false science. Instead of science, misinformation and faulty science are currently on the rise. It has reached such a point that much of society today mixes science with pseudo-science and makes its imaginary world a reality. Social media technologies fuel people’s latent urges for self-promotion. As a result, just as political parties take advantage of technology, some groups under the banner of religion continue to spread lies and spread the deadly poison of violence.

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