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What is the difference between Cause and Effect?

Asked by C. Hughes, Last updated: May 06, 2020

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J. Pollock

J. Pollock, Science Professor, Los Angeles

Answered May 06, 2020

There is a very big relationship between cause and effect in the sense that everything that is happening in the present is the result of our past actions, which actually caused them to happen. The things that are happening in the present are the effects produced by anything that necessitated their occurrence.

A lot of people are losing their jobs, and these ugly happening is being caused by some things; however, the effects of this might be in diverse ways. The products of the relationship between the two are not limited to human beings. Objects and other abstract things are also involved.

The cause can be referred to as the manufacturer of an effect, while the effect is the result that will be produced. At times, the effect of an action might come sooner than later, whereas it might take a very long period of time. Invariably, without a cause, it is impossible for an effect to be produced.

 

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