The history of science
Prior to the history of 20th century science, in general, biological and physical sciences, regarded as the narrative, which celebrated the victory over the true hypothesis to be false. The progress of civilization made possible by science. Science was referred to as the soul of theoretical, practical and empirical knowledge about the natural world. Science is produced through researches that are using scientific procedures for emphasizing observation, prediction and explanation of the phenomena of the real-world by various experiments.
Science in the modern world is divided into different parts, which we discuss below:
- Physics - is part of the natural sciences, which was developed from a historical philosophy. It was previously known as natural philosophy - a term that describes a field study focused mostly on the work of nature. It includes the study of matter and motion, that the case before the end of the space-time with the appropriate things, like strength and energy.
- Chemistry - the science of matter, the study, as well as changes that are undergone in them. It is regarded as a physical science dealing with the many substances, molecules, atoms, crystals, and a host of other matter, whether in combination or isolation. She specializes in more than physics, he is concerned more with the composition, structure, properties and behavior of matter and the changes therein during the reaction with the chemicals.
- Astronomy - Astronomy means science of nature, which is relevant to the study of the celestial or ethereal objects and phenomena that occurs outside the Earth's atmosphere. Involved in the evolution of astronomy, chemistry, physics, meteorology, and motion of celestial objects, and development, as well as the formation of our universe.
- Biology - History of biology to the study of traces of human life and the world that the ancient - modern periods.
- Ecology - a sub-discipline of biology. He also studies the relationship of living organisms with each other, as well as their natural habitat. Hierarchical systems, which are organized in a graded series of regularly interacting and semi-independent parts, which in the aggregate the higher-order complex integrated unit called an ecosystem.