What is science.
Science is a systematic approach to observing the nature of the Universe.
Science can refer not only to the knowledge of how things are, but also science can refer to the methods used to gain such knowledge.
The word Science is derived from the Latin Scientia, meaning knowledge.
The Scientific method involves systematic observation, measurement and experiment with the aim of forming, testing and modifying hypotheses.
A hypothesis is a proposed explanation and description of phenomena, which subjected to destructive testing through experiment, may develop into a scientific theory.
Many branches of Science exist, including, but not limited to the Life Science of Biology (both functional and cellular), Physical Science of Chemistry and Physics, Formal Science of Mathematics and Logic, and Social Science of Psychology.