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    a question to all

    The world has been changing and science has been growing up. In present why do we examine our surroundings with anxiety and fear? Can anybody answer this question in two three sentences. Recently I read an article but I could not find an answer to this question. Pls help me.

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    Re: a question to all

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    This question is meant to elicit your own opinion, Akbar-- there is no definitive right answer. If you will write a sshort paragraph stating your feelings about it, we will check your grammar.

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    #3

    Re: a question to all

    Dito - this sounds like an assignment. Please give us your interpretation and we will gladly work on the english language aspect of it.


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    Re: a question to all

    I got an answer like that,
    Every fresh mind is different from every other mind and it may have a contribution to the progress of mankind. And so the changes continue and we dot know if it will be for better or worse. So we have to examine our surroundings with anxiety and fear.
    is there any mistake?

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