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Science in everyday life In its broadest meaning of 'knowledge', science enters the life of even the most primitive human being, who knows the safe from the poisonous berry, who has stored up some rudimentary ideas about building a hut, sharpening a spear, and fishing in the river. this knowledge, or accumulation of experience, distinguishes man from the animal which has to rely on instinct. Yet, for most people 'science' means a number of abstract subject such as physics, chemistry, biology...

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the world. Thus, this country has been scientifically advanced for several centuries now and the Indian scientists have made numerous path-breaking discoveries in the field of science. The various fields in which the Indian scientists have excelled include mathematics, warfare, geometry, astronomy, medicine, space science, physics, chemistry, botany, etc. The astonishing inventions of the Indian scientists have played a vital role in the overall development of the country. They have also made...

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INTRODUCTION Science (Latin, scientia, from scire, “to know”), term used in its broadest sense to denote systematized knowledge in any field, but usually applied to the organization of objectively verifiable sense experience. The pursuit of knowledge in this context is known as pure science, to distinguish it from applied science, which is the search for practical uses of scientific knowledge, and from technology, through which applications are realized. For additional information, see separate...

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The Limitations Of Science: Natural Sciences And Human Sciences

Fundamentally, science is the process of mapmaking that utilizes what we can epitomize and think about to better represent and understand the world we live in. The idea of science can be separated into two subdivisions: natural sciences and human sciences. Natural sciences are studies that concern itself with the physical world, while human sciences are studies that deal with the “biological, social and cultural aspect of the human life”. With each of its own values and limitations, the natural sciences and...

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Should Science Be Considered A Science

There are many different concepts of science and what may be a science. It is defined as the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment. In science, scientific methods are used to make sure an accurate, reliable and consistent data are constructed by scientists collectively and over time. It has aims for prediction, understanding, and control which must be followed through...

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Science and Society

Science and Society Is life fact or fiction? One could look at science and society in the same manner. Meaning that there is an ideal subject, one subject could be the truth and one could be deception. Science, in my opinion, is the truth. For example, science is based on facts and numbers and figures, these never deter from the truth if correctly applied in their own fields of study. The term for society states that it is a group of people who shape their lives in aggregated and patterned ways...

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Human and Science

the universe has its uses and abuses. The same applies to science. Science has revolutionized the human existence. It has made man's life happier and more comfortable. Electricity is one of the greatest wonders of modern science. The growth of fast modes of transport and communication has changed the world into global village. In the field of agriculture, science has helped in increasing the crop production and improving quality. Science has enabled man to diagnose and treat many dangerous diseases...

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Science in Our Daily Life Science in our daily life 1. Introduction-it is the age of science. There are many wonders of science. Science plays an important part in our daily life. It has made our life easier and more comfortable. Science is nothing but a systematic way of knowledge and living. Man’s qualities of curiou Premium 534 Words 3 Pages What Science Has Made for Us DEBATE Good Morning ma’am and my dear friends, today, we all are present here to debate on the motion “Has Science made...

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Science and Knowledge

"Science is built of facts the way a house is built of bricks: but an accumulation of facts is no more science than a pile of bricks is a house" (Henri Poincare). Although bricks are the basic essentials of constructing a house, a house is not purely made out of bricks. Through simply stacking bricks on top of each other will not lead to a house. Without a proper foundation and something to stick the bricks together, it is likely that the house will collapse. In accordance with Poincare’s...

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Science Developments

B.Ed. OPTIONAL COURSE PHYSICAL SCIENCE-PAPER-I OBJECTIVES At the end of the course, the student -teachers will be able to understand the nature and scope of Physical Science know the aims and objectives understand the principles of curriculum construction and organization of subject matter understand the skills in the teaching of Physical Science and to develop the skills in them through classroom teaching in acquiring skills relating to planning their lessons and presenting them effectively...

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