Both the school of thought presents a series of convincing arguments to prove their own point of views. (Chandler, 1996) It is, however, difficult to determine that which group is making a true claim, since this debate is not like black and white. There is always a gray area in this issue. Therefore, some arguments of technology pessimists are convincing which few of those of technology optimists are more impressive. It is therefore very difficult to take an absolute stance. However, as the questions requires, I am bound to take one side. Thus, I am more inclined towards the point of view of the technology optimists.
Science has played a vital role in revolutionizing the human life. It has given color of reality to those facts which were a dream in past. Science has bestowed upon mankind with immeasurable blessings and it is impossible to confine them in a nutshell.
Whatever we see around us, it reminds us the manifestation of science. It is argued by the technology pessimists that these are the needs of the human society that compel the people to make inventions, as it is well known quote that "necessity is the mother of invention". However, if we accept this argument, we will be at a great puzzle. It is so because; the needs of human society have been existing since the day one. It was the desire of mankind to fly since very beginning, after seeing the birds. Yet the airplane was invented, after thousands of years of the inception of this desire. If somebody had desired to have a machine to keep the food cool in the third century Before Common Era (B.C.E), would he have been able to get the microwave oven at time Human desires are not bound in time and space, but the science and technology