Chemistry and without it!

             What would the world be like without chemistry? In some way it could be good and in others it would be bad. We would be without so many good and also bad things if we didn’t have it and we can’t leave either one out. I mean without chemistry we wouldn’t be able to have such a good chemistry class, or such a good teacher. The bad things I think I could do without and I think other people could too, but I don’t think I could live without the good which usually includes the bad with it. So now I will explain life without chemistry.
             Without chemistry we could date our-selves back to the prehistoric ages when man ran around with clubs. The world as we know it now would never exist. The things we love, like driving cars, playing sports, computers, etc., could not be done. All of these past times revolve around chemistry. For example if we hadn’t discovered oil, we wouldn’t had cooking gas, house heating oils, gasoline, jet fuel, diesel fuel, plexiglas, explosives, teflon, paints, lubricants, and alcohols. Plastics is another major component of our lives deprived through chemistry. For instance our cars are made to a large extent from plastics, protective gear such as leg and arm pads, riding hats, bullet proof vests, even some of our organs inside our body could be made in plastic and replaced. Chemicals such as chlorine are needed to disinfect our drinking and swimming pool water such which help stay us alive, because without it we would all die from some sort of bacterial disease. Without chemistry X rays, CAT scans, and MRI’s would never have been invented and the medical aspects of chemistry would be in total disarray. Plague would sweep through countries, death would be a common event. All of the drugs used to treat humans would not exist. People would have to deal with pain as painkillers would not exist.
             There are so many good things, there are also bad things that are created by chemistry which wou...

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