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It is time to get up otherwise you will be late my mom shouted to me Ok mom I repliedAfter putting the clothes on I went to the bath room to brush my teeth and wash my face What is wrong with the bath room light I asked I cant even see my fingersWell it was broken yesterday evening How should people live without the light I doubted As far as I am concerned to keep the light on we need to build a dam to create potential force in order to obtain the electricity which harms the surrounding creatures I rushed wash and rinse and went to the kitchen to microwave my breakfast While the microwave was working I stood by the door to avoid being exposed to the radiation the microwave sending out The microwave one of the most useful electrical device is also a common device which harm persons health by radiation I think human beings has invented too many electrical devices which emit radiation Dont forget 2011 tsunami in Japan destroyed the nuclear power plants and explosion of reactors resulted the complete damage to the surroundings and pollution to the sea creature and sea industry by radiationWhile I was waiting at the bus station I saw the buses and cars passing by releasing polluted exhaust which contained nitric oxide to the air People know to use technology to convenient themselves but do they know they are also polluting the earth atmosphere I said to myself To my knowledge starting a car needs petroleum which is obtained from drill oil resource that really destroys the balance of natureComing home from school I ate the dinner and enjoyed the free time with my family watching television programs Suddenly the light flashed off it was the third outage within 5 daysHow can people live without lights cars and electrical devices---technology I cant imagine indeed I
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