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    Hey guys I am finding it difficult to find sources relevant to what Im researching.

    (Developments in science and tech can only improve our lives)

    Should I be concentrating more on how well I can analyse a source regardless of how good the source appears to be.


    for example in cases where technology is nt always a good thing I ll find something and it will be a short piece or is off the internet from some news coorporaation in the states. Which amounts to the same as a newspaper but online.

    I mean there must be literally thousands of sources I just seem to struggle in decieding if it is good enough. Meaning im always late starting the work. The words seem to flow when I can make a decision.
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    cars? washing machines? Soap? drugs, medicine, diagnostics, genetic research
 
 
 
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