Effect Of Human Created Technology
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Technology has many effects. It has helped develop more advanced economies (including today’s global economy) and has allowed the rise of countries innovative and many technological processes produce unwanted by-products, known as pollution, and deplete natural resources, to the detriment of Earth’s environment. Various implementations of technology influence the values of a society and new technology often raises new ethical questions.
Today Electronic waste has become one of the Self-Created Threaten to the Human who created it for There Comfortability which doesn’t last long. The processes of dismantling and disposing of electronic waste in the third world lead to a number of environmental impacts. Liquid and atmospheric releases end up in bodies of water, groundwater, soil, and air and therefore in land and sea animals both domesticated and wild, in crops eaten by both animals and human, and in drinking water
Presently We can witness a huge war that’s happening around the World with Weapons that has high toxic chemical which lead the DNA Mutation In the Human Body that lead to Many Diseases which still the Cure for the Diseases hasn’t being found by the Human but this is an effect that Human Generated.
The Mode of transport that people use currently is another fact take place and the Carbon Dioxide level in the atmosphere changes .The Fuel is not equal to fuel – at least if we consider carbon dioxide emissions. Burning of lignite emits nearly 100 % more carbon dioxide with respect to the energy content than burning of natural gas. Even natural fuels such as wood or peat have high specific emissions, if they are not used sustainable. Hence, deforestation has a high impact on climate change. On the other hand, if we only use as much wood as can grow again, it is carbon dioxide neutral because it binds as much carbon dioxide during growing as is emits during burning.
If fuels are used for electricity generation, carbon dioxide emissions increase with the reciprocal of the power plant efficiency. Example if a power station with an efficiency of 34 % burns coal, it emits 1.0 kg carbon dioxide for generating one kilowatt hour of electricity. Changing to less carbon dioxide intensive fuels reduces the emissions and contributes to climate protection in the short-term. For a long-term climate protection the only alternative are zero-carbon energy resources such as sustainable-used biomass and other renewable types of energy. Let’s work in high level to reduce the effects and save the world for Life Expansion of this Universe , and the Species.