What is Science?

Science is a systematic and organized approach to understanding the natural world through observation, experimentation, and analysis.

It is a branch of knowledge that seeks to explain phenomena,

explore the relationships between different elements of the universe, and develop theories and laws based on empirical evidence.

The primary goal of science is to gain knowledge and understanding of the world around us,

including the physical, biological, and natural processes that govern the universe.

Scientists use a rigorous and evidence-based methodology to investigate and explain how things work and why they behave the way they do.

Science encompasses various disciplines such as physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, geology, and many more.

Each field focuses on specific aspects of the natural world and employs

its own methods and techniques for observation, experimentation, and analysis.