Science and technology are, and will continue to be, an ever changing field of study that define the very principles we construct our daily lives on. It is possible to wake up in the morning, brush your teeth, and clean your mouth with toothpaste because of the chemical combinations and experiments conducted in science. Furthermore, we can get up in the middle of the night, and not have to wother about making it to the bathroom because technology enables us to turn lights on and off. It is possible that we are constricted to the limitations that science and technology place on our lives. Something is always thought to be impossible until a new scientific theory or technological invention is created that says otherwise. Going to the moon was never thought to be possible until science and technology combined to refute that statement. Henceforth, the importance of science and technology can be recognized in your daily actions and, the potential of science has far too many benefits than it does problems.

Everything we do as a society is built upon and carried out by advances made scientifically or technologically. Miguel de Unamuno once said that “Science is a cemetery of dead ideas”; I found this quote to be extremely captivating. What Miguel is saying is that science is an ever lasting element of society that grows the same way in which he do. Scientific theories exists for years, and people live their life based upon these ideals, until one day, someone discovers a new theory. Scientific ideas come and go; it is a study where we fail so many times trying to create or discover something new. Ideas come and go, and die in the field of science everyday, yet there is nothing abnormal about that. Science is so amazing because although problems exist and new theories are nearly impossible to uncover, the potential behind what is yet to be discovered can have an impact on people’s lives in a far greater light than anything else. Science may prove to be a graveyard for many theories or potential inventions, yet the ones that survive and carry on shape the daily lifestyle of the millions of people that inhabit this world.