- A deeper understanding of processes we take for granted.
- Simple experiments, big ‘a-ha!’
- Fun and pink flamingos.
- A sense of humor while fielding silly questions.
- Finding ways to do everything better.
- Explaining the things that get on our last nerves.
- Making huge discoveries.
Why do you like the science?
Science is often, simply, fun. Science is also the light that keeps us out of the dark ages. It may not solve all of our problems, but it usually shows us the path to the solutions. And the more we know, the more questions we find.
What are some good things about science?
Scientific knowledge allows us to develop new technologies, solve practical problems, and make informed decisions — both individually and collectively. Because its products are so useful, the process of science is intertwined with those applications: New scientific knowledge may lead to new applications.
What do you think about science?
Science can be thought of as both a body of knowledge (the things we have already discovered), and the process of acquiring new knowledge (through observation and experimentation—testing and hypothesising).
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