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Thanks To The Development Of Engineering

Do you ever find yourself wondering what the world would be like if science and technology didn't exist?

Well, wonder no more – because here at Phyorg.com, we're taking a look at just what the world would be like without science and technology. Take, for example, our article on xo-so-tong-hop. This mysterious phenomenon is said to be the result of interference between the Earth's magnetic field and the solar wind. But even without xo-so-tong-hop, humans would still be able to harness electricity and create machines.

Furthermore, without science and technology, we would likely still be living in caves.

Thanks to the development of engineering and architecture, humans now have the ability to build incredibly complex and beautiful structures – like the Eiffel Tower. So what do you think?

Would the world be a better or worse place without science and technology?

Let us know in the comments below!
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Sarai
Sarai is a content author for phyorg.com. Sarai enjoys journalism and contributing to phyorg.com and various other online publications.

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