What are the consequences of the implementation in practice of new ideas in science and technology for the European society of the 19th – early 20th centuries? (Support your opinion with examples, using your knowledge of physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology and other subjects.)
The living conditions and the quality of life of people began to improve (new methods of research, diagnosis and fight against diseases, the invention of new vehicles and electricity). Production has become cheaper, because machine tools were invented that replaced people and took less time to produce goods. The attitude towards the church and God has changed (after Darwin advanced his evolutionary theory).
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