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The Theory of Knowledge

            Knowledge has the power to not only deepen our understanding of the world but also to solve problems. As people inquire more, think more, develop more, ask more, problems began to rise. These problems may be long term, short term, or hold significance for only a second. In order to solve these problems, one must breakdown the components of these problems, like the givens and the goals. The given is the facts or information laid out and the goal is the end state of the problem. In the natural sciences and mathematics, one uses logic and reasoning to answer key questions of human existence and existing theories. Because art is seen as subjective, many disregard its quality and necessity. Within all areas of knowledge, there is a guided methodology behind each process and ideology toward solving a problem.
             Within the natural sciences, scientists are able and expected to solve problems. Scientists can reason through different premises by applying their previous knowledge of science and facts. By doing this, scientists use the scientific method to test their hypothesis. After enough experimentation and consistent results, scientists can agree upon a reasonable answer to the question. For example, clinical trials address the issue of high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, etc. The trial for blood pressure control in diabetes, like any other trials, begins with the process of hypothesizing the outcomes. Medical researches choose a variety of men and women and test the drug on them. Through experimenting and collecting data, they can reach a final conclusion. The results allow them to continue with the procedure and beg them to question the hypothesis. By becoming fully adapted to the functions of the world, scientists are able to solve and explain the theory of relativity, law of motion, and numerous others. .
             Like many scientists, Charles Darwin experimented with his theory of evolution and natural sciences.

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