By: Robert Sidose - Senior Examiner | Blog | 13/May/2022 6428 views 0 comments
Science is a systematic and logical approach to discovering how things in the universe work. It is also the body of knowledge accumulated discoveries about all the things in the universe.
Along with Chemistry and Biology, Physics completes the trinity of the original “Hard” sciences – those that use testable predictions and hypothesis, theories and laws, experiments, and Mathematics and modeling opposed to the “Soft” sciences which use more qualitative data and which far less on testing.
However in science, Physics is a natural science that involves the study of matter and its motion through space and time, along with related concepts such as energy and force. More broadly it is the study of nature in an attempt to understand how the universe behaves. It has gone from an inextricable link with Chemistry and Biology, and even natural philosophy prior to the enlightenment to becoming a major force in its own right in the scientific age.
In modern science, it seems that every time there is a new discovery in physics, it throws up more questions than answers and opens new field of study. Today, it overlaps with many other sciences and has had a profound impact on environmental sciences just as Chemistry has. It also underpins the physical sciences by providing the theoretical framework on which it may base its own assumptions and basic theoretical models.
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