It’s time for the science fair and you need to come up with an eye popping experiment. In school where students are exposed to the contributions of natural philosophers and scientists to the history of science from many cultures spanning the ancient and modern times, they learn about the world we all live in and about themselves. Other times, experiments do not perform to standards.
Not only this as science makes our lives more comfortable through inventions such as air conditioners, heaters and, cars, we do not realize that our comfort as human beings has come at the expense of nature. By responding to public misconceptions about science and evidence and engaging with the media, this active community of 3,000+ researchers is changing the way the public and the media view science and scientists.
In science, experiments may not provide the results that they may predict. Calculus, the mathematics of continuous change, underpins many of the sciences. In Part Five of his Opus Magus Bacon challenges ancient Greek ideas about vision and includes several experiments with light that include all seven steps of the scientific method.
Now you have to help your child find a science project that is interesting enough, creative and unusual, but yet unique enough so that it will not be like the other students science projects at school. This is a strategy for studying the world, by which scientists choose not to consider supernatural causes – even as a remote possibility.
These devices are important for scientific purpose as they help in carrying out experiments safe and successful. Perhaps, science students need to repeat an experiment to verify an unsuccessful or an incomplete result. To me, modern philosophy should include knowledge from both natural science and religion.