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It is now possible for scientists and tourists to travel to remote natural environment, such as the South Pole. Do the advantages of this development outweigh the disadvantages?

The world we are living in is still a mysterious place but thanks to the advent of technology, we can come to places that once were untouched. This brings many benefits, especially to people working in the scientific field.


The opportunity to remote natural areas will help the scientists to collect and perform many experiments such as carrying out a study of different species or getting to know more about the insights of the Earth. Firstly, in isolated national places on this Earth, there are different kinds of species which is believed to exist that we have not known about. If the scientists were given the chance to explore these remote areas, we could learn more about them. Secondly, places like the South pole can be analyzed to collect information about the characteristics of the Earth, of what it is like hundreds or even thousands of years ago. With that, we can use them as a base for other more brilliant and helpful studies in the future.

However, we must acknowledge the fact that pollution in these areas could be caused by ordinary visitors. Usually, they do not have a lot of understanding of the surrounding area that they travel to and this could lead them not being careful enough and would intentionally or unintentionally damage the place. Furthermore, most of their garbage is hard to decompose so that would damage the natural landscape and affect the environment in the long run.

In conclusion, I understand that opening to the public is pretty risky for these places because of all the possible destruction. However, I still believe in the benefits that scientists could bring through researching these remote areas are more important to the human race.

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It is now possible for scientists and tourists to travel to remote natural environment, areas. such as the South Pole. Do the advantages of this development outweigh the disadvantages?

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The world we are living in is still a mysterious place, but thanks to the advent of advances in technology, and especially in the field of transport, we can [ 1] come go/travel to places that once were off limits. untouched. This [ 2] Although some point to the drawbacks of opening up such pristine areas to humans, it actually brings many benefits, especially to people working in the scientific field.

[ 3] However, On the one hand, we must acknowledge the fact that pollution in frequent visitors to these areas could pollute and damage the environment. be caused by ordinary visitors. Usually, they Tourists typically do not have a lot of deep understanding of the surrounding fragility of such areas, that they travel to and this could lead them, through not being careful enough, and or would intentionally or unintentionally somehow damaging the ecosystem there. place. Furthermore, most of their tourists leave behind garbage, which is hard to decompose so that would difficult to dispose of without damage to the natural landscape and affect the environment. in the long run.

Nevertheless, the opportunity to explore remote natural areas will help the scientists to collect samples and perform many experiments such as carrying out a study of different species or getting to know to gain more about the insights of knowledge about the Earth. Firstly, in isolated national natural places, on this Earth, there are different kinds of species which is believed to exist that we have not known do not know about. If the scientists were are given the chance to explore these remote areas, we could learn more about them. Secondly, places like the South pole can be analyzed to collect information about the characteristics of the Earth, of what it is like hundreds studied to evaluate the effects of climate change and other such important phenomena. or even thousands of years ago. With that, we can use them as a base for other more brilliant and helpful studies in the future.

In conclusion, I understand that although opening remote natural areas to the public is pretty can be risky for these places because of all the potential impact on the environment, possible destruction. However, I still believe in the benefits that scientists could bring realize through researching these remote areas are more important to the human race.

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[ 1]: “come” refers to the place the speaker is in.

[ 2]: It is VERY important that you clearly indicate your position on the issue in the last sentence of the introduction.

[ 3]: Start with the paragraph that discusses the opposing view, then counter with a larger paragraph that explains your view.

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