Science and technology
working with nature- civil and hydraulic engineering to aspects of real world problems in water and at the waterfront - within coastal environments
What a better way than to start a page on Science and Technology! After all, civilization is nothing but a gift of these human endeavors. Despite abusive applications in conflicts, the foundation that this gift provides lets us build upon it. The comfort that it offers, allows other things to follow - the niceties of social life, humanity, and harmonious cohabitation by all in the planet Earth we call home. Take this gift away or let it stagnate, and the entire advanced social fabric that we know would collapse.
Are science and technology responsible for the destruction of nature? Well, it doesn't have to be that way.
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It is worthwhile here to quote LS DeCamp (1907 – 2000), an American writer: The story of civilization, in a sense is the story of engineering – that long and arduous struggle to make the forces of nature work for man’s good.
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- by Dr. Dilip K. Barua, 27 April 2016