An Outline of How Science Is Developed
Science is an organized venture that structures and builds knowledge in the form of concrete testable predictions and explanations about the world. Science has three different areas of specialization, like Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Each of these science fields has built up their own body of laws and principles that they use to explain and predict phenomena. When we look at nature, we can see that all of the patterns and systems that we observe are governed by these same principles. Therefore, if we can learn how to predict the future of these laws, then we would have discovered all there is to know about the behavior of the universe.
All of the major areas of science utilize some form of scientific method, whether it is experimental observational or predictive. For instance, in physics, scientists make observations and calculations to test theories and then look for and analyze the effects of variables that they came up with. When doing this process, they come up with a description of the phenomena under question. After that, they can test this hypothesis against any other theories to see if they hold or if there are any inconsistencies in their data. If the hypothesis proves to be false, then either they have falsified their results or theorems that they have used to calculate the values were incorrect.
One example of a scientific method is the deductive sciences. In order to test a hypothesis, observations have to be made that support a given theory, and the observations have to be tested against what is known about the world. If these two match up, then the hypothesis is found to be true. The main problem with this type of hypothesis is that it can turn up a number of false results and throw the entire hypothesis out. The other problem with this hypothesis is that it can cause a lot of trouble for the scientists who are trying to study the phenomena. It makes it hard to observe the phenomena, and therefore it makes it difficult to test them.