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Савык Александр Ярославович, Иванов Павел Андреевич -

There are no barriers for human thought.

The humanity has been making great steps in the development of science and technology for the last 200 years. Due to science, mankind has been able to increase life expectancy, increase the production of resources, explore outer space, etc. Science moves forward thanks to the issues which people arise when studying the world. The answers to these questions form scientific knowledge, without which most of the technology would not be created. The humankind learned how to use the knowledge about our world for their own benefit. For instance, ancient people could not get fruit from tall trees, because of their growth and consequently they began to use long sticks to do it. Then they began to use fire, animal breeding and so on, up to the flights to the Moon. Human’s development would not have been possible if he could not think. A human sets limits of his capabilities himself, but he can extend these borders by his boundless imagination. It is the power of the human imagination that allowed not to get stucked on current achievements, but discover something new, as well as new ways to solve old problems. Many years ago, for example, to get the fire you had to hit a stone by another stone. Then there appeared quite comfortable matches and now you can just click on the button of the lighter. It was the human imagination, that made it possible to fly into space and explore the universe around us full of secrets and mysteries. With the power of thought, humanity will continue to solve any arising problems and obstacles, discover new technologies and create miracles.

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 Siberian State Aerospace University


VII -th International



Practical Conference


"Modern trends in foreign languages teaching  

at higher education institutions"

with edited volume publication

Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation

14 of May, 2013



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