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What is Science

Science is the research and interpretation of occurrences in the universe. Science

is often manipulated and/or observed. The term science can be thought of as an

experimental procedure. A common example of this would be the successful "Scientific

Method . An intuitive principle of science is the "cause and affect  principle. For every

affect the was a certain cause, as well as for every cause there is an affect, impact, or

Science is the research, interpretation, and analysis of occurrences in our universe.

Science can be compared to time because science can neither be controlled nor stopped.

Science is always changing. The process of science is falsifiable; meaning that science in

general is always changing as well as open to be proven false. Science can be related by

terms that our familiar to us, such as biology, chemistry, physics, etc. Many of these

terms are based upon findings or theories. Theories can be supported by the findings of

an experiment or can be proven false from the findings. Therefore science is falsifiable.

Science can be thought of as a phenomenon, but better described as an occurrence

in our universe. These occurrences cannot be controlled or changed. They can however

be manipulated via experimental procedure; or they can be observed without subjectivity.

Everything depends on science. There is a "science  to everything. This brings us to the

familiar tem scientific method. Scientist came up with a stratigical way of observing and

analyzing scientific data. Now the procedure of scientific method is widely used for

collecting all sorts of data. All datum (data) that is collected in the universe is correlated

One cannot escape the phenomenon of science. Science can be defined as the

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