Wise Science

It is impossible to count how many fields there are in science. Chemistry is closely related to physics, and something is closely related to something else. Thus, various combinations of sciences are created, and even new sciences are born.

Of course, there are matters and problems that ourMrs. Sciencehas so far been short-handed. Cancer research may be advanced, but in some cases its treatment is useless. Yes, it can delay death, but it cannot save lives. Sad but true. If military scientists worked together and did not focus on how to kill more people at once, research might have made more progress. But it\’s always this way. It\’s a shame.


But there are some fieldswhere science is galloping along like a wild horse, making new discoveries every day. The biggest advance is probably computers, where on Monday a new computer with high speed and low power consumption is born, but the next day someone else proposes a different solution, and oops, a new chip with even higher speed and even lower power consumption is born again.


Other advances include, for example, drugs that have no side effects and provide better benefits to patients. The duration of treatment for patients is shortened, so that they do not have to spend, for example, two weeks moping around at home with the flu. Surely, if you take the medicine when the first symptoms appear

and you are cured within an hour

, that\’s a good thing. Well, that may happen in time. We should not rush into science. Many people spend their entire lives in labs trying to figure out how to kill a virus on the other side of an imaginary river. Of course, I don\’t know exactly how it works, but I suspect it works like this.

Catch a few bad viruses with a lasso or something, drop what you can on them and see what happens. If we can kill the bad virus, it is a victory and a time to celebrate. The bad viruses are given a funeral ,where the scientists do a joyous dance and life goes on. Something even more effective must be invented. Come on, scientists.