Science refers to the process of acquiring knowledege through observations and experimentations. Science also refers to an organized body of knowledge, which people have learned and gained using the science processes. Furthermore, science is often described as any systematic field of study. In whatever way science is defined and described, science is focused on seeking to better understand our world and the universe. The main purpose of doing and learning science is to explain everyday phenomena and derive models of reality.
''At Last !.....
A fantastic and eclectic festival of science and arts in a long-overdue celebration of the life and achievements of one of the world’s greatest scientists, Sir Isaac Newton – courtesy of South Kesteven District Council.
With 100+ events over eight special days in September, Gravity Fields presents an exciting range of shows, science presentations (both serious and fun), theatre, arts, outdoor performance, exhibitions, heritage, children’s events – and even a pub quiz.
being called a nerd is better than being called most things anyway. If someone starts to make fun of someone think the way through. Always think your problems to solutions through before going. Mostly if you go before thinking, you'll be in one big mess with fixing. So what if the older kids call you a nerd cause your super smart and always on the go with your brain. My Alex used to make fun of me cause I was waaaaaay smarted than her. My teacher sometimes said I wish I was smart as you cause I was even smarter than him.
‘What’s the proof?’
Every time I say something to my friends, they ask me this. It’s kind of become a phrase to tell that they don’t believe what someone says. Me, I am an engineering student and have to answer this question often. But, what irritates me is that people don’t even wait for an answer. Years back, I had thought proofs are only needed in math and physics. But today, even if you wanted to share some fact with your friends, you need that p-thing.
‘I was caught red-handed while I tried to bunk my classes,’ I...