The concept of “science and technology” is now more synonymous with science and engineering than biology, and we have entered a new era in which the word “technology” is a bit like the word for “gadget” in sci-fi.
Science and technology, in short, is a term that has become more inclusive in a world of more diverse fields and technologies.
That’s because the word has always been a term of political affiliation, a label that has been used to categorize a variety of things, from “social justice” to “racial discrimination.”
We’re entering a time in which we are seeing the evolution of a new, inclusive vocabulary in the public and private spheres, and it is important to understand what this new vocabulary means and how it might shape the way we think about science and tech.
What we mean by “science” and “technology”: The concept “science,” or the study of science, is defined as “the art, science, or practice of understanding the world through the application of natural, physical, mathematical, and social sciences to the problem of the day.”
The term has also been used as a shorthand for a variety and variety of fields and industries.
“Science” as a noun has been a part of the English language since the mid-16th century.
The first recorded use of “scientist” is from the 16th century, and the word entered the English lexicon in the 17th century with the use of the verb “scientize.”
It came to mean “to understand by means of observation, observation, or experiment.”
The modern scientific vocabulary has evolved from the work of early scientists like Galileo Galilei, who described the Earth’s motion and other celestial phenomena.
“Astronomy” was coined by the English mathematician and physicist Richard Whewell in the early 1800s.
Whewell defined “astronomy,” as “study of the stars and planets, the constellations, the motions of the planets, and of their motions through space, with reference to their relation to each other, and to our own Sun.”
He also defined “science”—which he called “the pursuit of knowledge”—as “the study of truth, which is a knowledge of the world, its causes, and its effects.”
The phrase “science, technology, engineering, and mathematics” is used as shorthand for “the arts, science,” but it also has been applied to a wide range of fields.
For example, the “science of sports” has come to mean the study and evaluation of the physical and mental abilities of athletes, including their skills and ability to adapt to different conditions and circumstances.
It also has come into broader use to describe the types of people, places, and things that can be studied.
“Technology” is an adjective used to describe something that is “technologically advanced,” in the sense that it “is capable of changing the physical or mental world around us.”
Technology includes the concepts and processes that are needed to create or operate a computer, a computer system, or a mobile device.
In the modern scientific sense, technology encompasses a wide variety of areas, including science, engineering (such as computing), and mathematics.
“Human” has also become a way of referring to a person or group of people and groups.
Humans are defined as beings who share common ancestors with humans, or, more simply, are members of the human family.
This concept, which has evolved over time, has evolved into a term for a broad range of people.
For instance, in the 19th century it was defined as a group of “people who lived in similar situations, who are of the same nationality, of the working class, of races and creeds and nationalities.”
Today, it is a broader concept that includes a broad spectrum of people from different groups of people who share a common culture.
“Social justice” and the concept “social change” have also been applied in the political sphere.
In its broadest sense, “social” is the broad term that encompasses the whole of society and its policies.
In particular, “Social Justice Warriors” (SJWs) are individuals or groups who advocate for social change in society.
In their broadest meaning, SJWs are those who support policies and policies that promote equality, justice, and opportunity.
“Politics” has become a term used to refer to a set of policies and political beliefs that are part of a larger social philosophy or ideology.
In a broad sense, political beliefs are ideas that make up the framework of a particular political party or party group.
For examples, there are “liberal” and, more recently, “conservative” political beliefs.
“Ethics” has evolved to encompass the belief in the principles of the Rule of Law, or the separation of powers.
“Theology” and its term “theology of the Bible” are sometimes used to identify an individual or group that has a Christian worldview.
But there are also various terms used to label other kinds of people that