Science are good in human life

Science consists of observing the world by watching, listening, observing, and recording. Science is good in thoughtful action about the world and how it behaves.

Observing the world.

 

Watching and listening

 

Observing and recording.

 

Science is good in thoughtful action about the world and how it behaves.

 

Anyone can have an idea about how nature works. Some people think their idea is correct because "it seems right" or "it makes sense." But for a scientist (who could be you!), this is not enough. A scientist will test the idea in the real world. An idea that predicts how the world works is called a hypothesis.

 

If an idea, or hypothesis, correctly predicts how something will look, we call it a theory. If an idea explains all the facts, or evidence, that we have found, we also call it a theory.

 

"Scientific method" usually means a series of steps that scientists follow to discover how nature works.

 

These steps will work fine for a school science fair project. But this is not usually the way science actually happens!

 

science, any system of knowledge that is concerned with the physical world and its phenomena and that entails unbiased observations and systematic experimentation. In general, a science involves a pursuit of knowledge covering general truths or the operations of fundamental laws

 

Related Topics: philosophy of science social science physical science Earth sciences history of science

Science can be divided into different branches based on the subject of study. The physical sciences study the inorganic world and comprise the fields of astronomy, physics, chemistry, and the Earth sciences. The biological sciences such as biology and medicine study the organic world of life and its processes. Social sciences like anthropology and economics study the social and cultural aspects of human behaviour.

 

Science is further treated in a number of articles. For the history of Western and Eastern science, see science, history of. For the conceptualization of science and its interrelationships with culture, see science, philosophy of. For the basic aspects of the scientific approach, see physical science, principles of; and scientific method.

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SOME TYPES OF SCIENCE

  

Biology 

Zoology

Botany

Genetics

Ecology

Physiology

Astronomy

Earth science

Meteorology

Geology

Oceanography

Physical sciences

Physics

Chemistry

Social sciences

Anthropology

Psychology

Sociology

Economics

Political science

Social work

Linguistics

Formal and applied sciences

Computer science

Engineering

Mathematics

Statistics

Medicine

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