Human beings are living a comfortable life today because of scientific inventions. Can we think about a life without electricity, cars, telephone, internet, television and thousands of scientific inventions that make our life comfortable? Nowadays we live longer because of the scientific innovations in the field of medicine. No one can deny the benefits of scientific discoveries but we can not also under-estimate the dangers of scientific inventions to our society. It is the human nature to search for instant solutions to our problems without being aware of the hidden consequences. We all see the drops of honey on the outer surface of the honeycomb but we fail to see the dangerous bees inside the honeycomb. It is also true in the case of scientific innovations. We want cars, automobiles and refrigerators without caring about the dangerous consequences of global warming. We want nuclear energy without thinking about the safe disposal of nuclear waste and the dangerous consequences of radiation. We also want papers, wooden furniture and houses without worrying about the loss of natural resources. There are a number of scientific discoveries that have dangerous consequences. One of the best examples for a dangerous scientific discovery is the atom bomb. Millions of people were killed in the world's first atom bomb attack on two Japanese cities. Even after the years of that incidence, many people are still suffering from the dangerous effects of atomic radiation in those cities. Nowadays many countries possess the atomic weapons. Some countries also possess dangerous chemical and biological weapons that can cause mass destruction. What would be the consequence of using those weapons of mass destruction? Have we really created a safe world for our children or grand children? There are many questions still need to be answered.