Science - 741 Words
Science in everyday life
In its broadest meaning of 'knowledge', science enters the life of even the most primitive human being, who knows the safe from the poisonous berry, who has stored up some rudimentary ideas about building a hut, sharpening a spear, and fishing in the river. this knowledge, or accumulation of experience, distinguishes man from the animal which has to rely on instinct.
Yet, for most people 'science' means a number of abstract subject such as physics, chemistry,...
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