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Summary 1 Generally, the article talks about public attitude towards science. Firstly we have to admit that our world has changed a great deal because of the advance of the science. Since nobody can prevent the science from changing the world, we can ensure that the changes are in the right directions. Thus, the public need to have a basic understandingof science and make informed decisions. As far as Hawking concerned, school education conveyed by words and diagrams, popular books and magazine articles are good ways to put across new development in science while television which reaches a truly mass audience is the

mosteffectivemethod to educate the public. Though the world is dangerous, Hawking has faith in the positive attitude of public towards science.

Introduction1 With the rapid development of the science and technology, nowadays our life is much more convenient and colorful than that few years ago. However, the advance of the science has also brought plenty of dangers and anxiety to the public as the publicsometimes don’t take a good knowledge of some subjects such as nuclear physics,epidemiology and so on. Even though most of people have to admit that the science has changed the world a lot in the past hundreds of years sinceRevival of

Learning, the public may wonder whether we tend to destroy ourselves with our own weapon-science. Perhaps we can listen to Franklin Roosevelt, “Only Thing We Have to Fear Is Fear Itself.”Thus, it’s significant that the public have strong faith in the future of science and human beings.

Main part1 If the public,the creator of history, clears abouthow the great advance of science changed our world thoroughly, our anxiety about the adverse impact caused by science may appear a decreasing tendency. As Steven Hawking stated in Public Attitude Towards Science, the public needs to cultivate a basic understanding of science. Therefore, they can figure out whether science is blame to plenty of population and wars on earth, or,something else like the ignorance of human beings mustassume the responsibility. Besides, a large numbers of masses do not possesses any opportunity to catch up with the new advance of science all over the world, which means that our necessary and urgent task to give the public the scientific backgroundwill certainly meet serious difficulties. In order to educate the public about science, there are several effective methods in our society nowadays: school educations,TV programs, popular books and magazines.In a democracy society, a free man is able to obtains knowledge from many sources besides books.(Thomas

Jefferson)Obviously, public media makes a big influence to the people –taking Internet for example, World Wide Web puts across the latest and excellent developments faced with billons of audiences in our planet at the same time. According to Bill Gates, the Internet can change our mode to acquire scientific knowledge even if the public is not willing to join thefictitiousworld.

Introduction2 With the rapid development of the science and technology, nowadays our life is much more convenient and colorful than that a few years ago. However, nobody can deny the advance of science has also brought plenty of dangers and anxiety to the public as the publicsometimes lack enough knowledge about some subjects like nuclear physics. As a result, the public may wonder whether we tend to destroy ourselves with our own powerful weapon called science, even though most of people have to admit thata large sum of wonderful changes have taken place because of sciencein the past hundreds of years. Perhaps we might listen to Franklin Roosevelt as well, “Only Thing We Have to Fear Is Fear Itself.” Thus, it is significant that the public have strong faith in the future of science and human beings.

Main Body 2 If the public,the creator of history, clears about how the great advance of science has changed our world thoroughly, their anxiety about the adverse impact caused by science may appear a decreasing tendency. As Steven Hawking stated in Public Attitude Towards Science, the public needs to cultivate a basic understanding of science because only in this method can they figure out whether science is blame to plenty of populations and wars on our planet, or something else, like the ignorance of human beings, mustassume the responsibility. In addition, a large number of people do not possesses any opportunity to catch up with newadvance of science throughout the world, which means our necessary and urgent task to give the public the scientific background will certainly meet serious difficulties. In order to educate the public about science,nowadays there are several effective methods in our society: the Internet, school education, TV programs, popular books and magazines. In a democracy country, a free man is able to obtain knowledge from many sources besides books(Thomas Jefferson).Actually, public media does make a big influence to the public-taking the Internet for example, World Wide Web puts across the latest and excellent scientific developments faced with billons of audiences all over the world at the same time. According to Bill

Gates, the Internet can change our mode to acquire scientific knowledge even if some people are not willing to join thefictitiousworld.

Public attitude towards science With the rapid development of the science and technology, nowadays our life is much more convenient and colorful than a few years ago. However, nobody can deny the advance of science has also brought plenty of dangers and anxiety to the public as the publicsometimes lack enough knowledge about some subjects like nuclear physics. As a result, the public may wonder if we tend to destroy ourselves with our own destructive weapon named science, even though it is admitted that a large sum of wonderful changes have taken place because of science in the past hundreds of years. Perhaps we might listen to Franklin Roosevelt as well, “Only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” Thus, it is significant that the public have strong faith in the future of science and human beings. If the public,thecreator of history, clears about how the great advance of science has changed our world thoroughly, their anxiety about the adverse impact caused by science may appear a decreasing tendency. As Steven Hawking stated in Public Attitude Towards Science, the public needs to enhance a basic understanding of science because only in this method can they figure out whether science is blame to plenty of

populations and wars on our planet, or something else, like the ignoranceof human beings, mustassume the responsibility. In addition, a large number of people do not possesses any opportunity to catch up with the latest advance of science throughout the world, which means our necessary and urgent task to give the public the scientific background will certainly meet serious difficulties. In order to educate the public about science,nowadays there are several effective methods in our society: the Internet, school education, TV programs, popular books and magazines. In a democracy country, a free man is able to obtain knowledge from many sources besides books(Thomas Jefferson).Actually, public media does make a big influence to the public-taking the Internet for example, World Wide Web puts across the latest and excellent scientific developments facing billons of audiences all over the world at the same time. According to Bill Gates, the Internet can transform our mode to acquire scientific knowledge even if some people are not willing to join thefictitiousworld. Regarding the great power of science and technology, the thinking towards science of the publiclargelydetermines what the tomorrow of humankind will be. Obviously, well-educated publicbenefiting from the Internet, school educations, books, etc. would perform better than before when they were involved in disasters and dangers related to science. Thus, from now onwe must be devoted to establishing arational attitude towards

science in the public.As a matter of fact, only if the public acquires a good understanding of science, can not only science but also human beings achieve a bright future.


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