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Have to answer these in a reflection. Help?
How has science evolved over time?
How is human ingenuity portrayed in sciences?
In what ways have humans shaped science? In what ways has science shaped our lives?
What would the world be like without science?
In what way has technology influenced science? In what way has science influenced technology developments?
How have my own views of science, and about how science works, changed?

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