What exactly is science. This article will give you the main idea about what science actually is.
What is Science?
Science is observing events and conditions in order to find facts about them. The dictionary defines science as, “the systematic observation of natural events and conditions in order to discover facts about them and to formulate laws and principles based on these facts.” Science also takes previous facts and can expand on them or make corrections to them. There are many fields of science and each focuses mainly on one part of the science category. An example of this is chemistry. The main focus of chemistry is the relationships between matter and energy and how those elements perform with one another.
Some of the goals of science are to study and understand the natural world, explain events that occur in the natural world, and use those explanations to create theories. One way to accomplish these goals is to use the scientific method. When making observations the scientific method is used to systematically organize the procedure, and is also used to validate and give foundation to all results. Another goal of science is to make life better. With more technological advances, reaching scientific goals becomes easier. It becomes simpler to process data and get an outcome but, the necessary time is reduced.
I have benefited from science because I am now able to find data and analyze it thoroughly. By being able to analyze the data, I can make predictions about things that could happen more accurately. I have also benefited from science because I have learned to observe things more carefully and catch details that are small but important. Having learned about science and its fields, I can contribute to scientific needs later in life. I will be able to solve problems more efficiently and achieve reasonable answers. Finally, I benefit from science because it helps me with other study courses.