Amazon.com Widgets
  • It all depends.

    Humans are better off not knowing what happens sometimes. For the longest time, scientists have pushed the envelope to better benefit the human race. Once those secrets are exposed then people freak out but soon forget that what went down not only saved their lives but it made them better in the process.

  • I think that it often depends on the case in point but many will argue that testing medicine on animals is one of the examples.

    One may argue that testing medicine on animals is immoral and is one of the examples in which Science goes too far. Depending on the case Science can be a tool for improvement and discovery but often abused as to justifying its actions. For Example, When at 'CERN' scientist claimed to discover the 'God's Particle' it was a huge step and offend towards the Catholic Church which tried to fight this claim. So, depending on the purpose of its actions Science can follow the wrong route and go too far.

  • Most of the time

    More often than not science goes to far. From the food we eat to the things we believe science has an influence on us and not a very good one. A lot of the things that science does of just scary and all you have to say to prove that is killer bees.

  • Yes, it does.

    Science sometimes goes to far by tried to discover or proved the most impossible things. Some research have caused death and people have hence lost loved ones. The rocket scientists also go too far by going to such planets that do not have life or have other limitations. They try to prove more capable and skillful and also try to outdo the form of nature to argue with the Biblical setup of things.

  • Science often goes too far

    Modern science could do well to learn from "Frankenstein," the cautionary tale about a scientist who wanted to create human life but instead created a monster. Scientists are working on everything from artificial intelligence to cloning, but these advances will come at a cost as machine and man fight for dominance. Sometimes ignorance is indeed bliss.

  • In many examples

    History as well as the present day should be a good indicator as to how it has gone too far in many instances. As someone who is in a creating and developing new technology it is shocking to see many things that are currently being made or have been already. Just because we can doesn't mean we should. But what's most worrying for instance is the small percentage of intellectuals who wish to create, development or discover things that can and will be detrimental to humanity, although that's most likely a byproduct of the socially inferior intellectuals we have created in our recent society. Also most people often only care for their own interests rather than what is good for people on a whole which creates support for methods that should not be used.
    Either way we will continue doing things that we should not but it is preventable and can and should be regulated. Even so with regulations we should decide universally what they should be as many people have very different opinions regarding them.

  • Yes very much sometimes

    Scientists have made some very useful machinery for humans. ONLY humans. Lets use a mall for example. Everybody loves shopping. Especially the part where we cut down millions of trees and destroy animal's homes. Wait what? THINK AGAIN. So many innocent creatures die because of what we do for our use. And soon, nature is going to swing a fist right back at us. It starts out with cars. I admit I like using my car a lot. What happens is all the gasoline our car uses comes out as gases. Then, those gases go up into the sky. And it destroys all the layers of the atmosphere. That allows harmful sun rays get past Earth's protective layers of the atmosphere. Then the rays hit us. The rays that hit us create skin cancer. People have already died because of this.

  • No it doesent

    It is needed to go far from society belief for the betterment of the people.I will quote T.S Eliot "Only those who are will risk going too far can possibly find out how far we can go" We need to remember people that scientist did things that seem too far and it caused the betterment of society.

  • Scientist shoulden't go to far in science

    Yes because someone might go crazy over nothing about science and scientists won't even listen to anyone about what there dong that might be really dangerous. Scientists might kill there selves doing science in there lab. Some exsperiments might include mutating anamals,bugs or other creachers in the world that would be dangeroes

  • Science does go to far.

    As you can already tell, many medicine drugs are out on the market. So how do they get there? Who tests them out. Well most drugs are tested on willing participants but what about those unwilling animals? Science does go to far. Protect the animals, say no to animal testing now.

  • No it doesent

    It is needed to go far from society belief for the betterment of the people.I will quote T.S Eliot "Only those who are will risk going too far can possibly find out how far we can go" We need to remember people that scientist did things that seem too far and it caused the betterment of society.

  • Science itself is never harmful

    People can do research unethically, for example using harmful human testing. People can use the information find out to create things that when unethically used can be harmful, for example nuclear bombs. But the concept of learning and creating is never immoral. Knowledge and understanding will always be useful even if that knowledge and understanding is that something is impossible or that its a bad idea.

  • Yes very much sometimes

    Scientists have made some very useful machinery for humans. ONLY humans. Lets use a mall for example. Everybody loves shopping. Especially the part where we cut down millions of trees and destroy animal's homes. Wait what? THINK AGAIN. So many innocent creatures die because of what we do for our use. And soon, nature is going to swing a fist right back at us. It starts out with cars. I admit I like using my car a lot. What happens is all the gasoline our car uses comes out as gases. Then, those gases go up into the sky. And it destroys all the layers of the atmosphere. That allows harmful sun rays get past Earth's protective layers of the atmosphere. Then the rays hit us. The rays that hit us create skin cancer. People have already died because of this.

  • Poorly asked question...

    When a question is asked that includes the word "sometimes" I am sure that we can find examples of science or a scientist going too far outside the bounds of prescribed ethics. This question would be better stated like this "Are ethics in science too broad?" or " Does science go too far outside the bounds of human morality when modifying genetics?" But to play devils advocate I am going to answer this question stated in a different way. "Does science go too far?" My answer is no... I am assuming that science is being defined as the scientific method, but I may be giving too much credit to the question being asked. Science as a whole makes it possible for you sit in front of a computer and type a response to a poll that is displayed on a matrix of colors produced by electrical signals into something your brain is able to interpret as language. All of this is possible because a long series of experiments and observations have been applied to the engineering of the technology that we currently take for granted. I would argue that science, itself is not able to go too far since the scientific method is purely the act of objective observations. I think that we have to look at the individual conducting the observation and the way that individual applies that knowledge. Today's society has a real problem with getting the individual confused with the institution. Again, poorly asked question...

  • Wtf what no

    This is In an interview with the American radio station KCRW, Bush said that the idea for the album's title song came from thinking about the myth that Eskimos have 50 words for snow, which led her to make up increasingly fantastical words herself, such as "spangladasha", "anechoic", "blown from Polar fur", and "Robber's Veil".[7] The album's songs are built around Bush's quietly jazzy piano and Steve Gadd's drums (she had just started working with him and praised his "brilliant drumming"[7]), and utilize both sung and spoken word vocals in what Classic Rock's Stephen Dalton calls "a...Supple and experimental affair, with a contemporary chamber pop sound grounded in crisp piano, minimal percussion and light-touch electronics...Billowing jazz-rock soundscapes, interwoven with fragmentary narratives delivered in a range of voices from shrill to Laurie An

  • Science is for the benefit of us all

    While what science does can be considered too far, IF it's for the benefit us the main population, a single person sacrifice is completely worth it. If you had 20 mice, and they were all dying, and you had to kill one to figure out what was wrong with and help the rest, you would probably do it.


Leave a comment...
(Maximum 900 words)
No comments yet.