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    The Defintion of Science and the Process of Science

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    The Defintion of Science and the Process of Science

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    As a Creationist I do believe in Science but more broadly, I believe in Good Science but what is Science? Science is defined as "A branch of study which is concerned either with a connected body of demonstrated truths or with observed facts systematically classified and more or less collocated by being brought under general laws, and which includes trustworthy methods for the discovery of new truth within its own domain." This is the technical definition but in layman terms Science is the observation and analysis of how things form or originate,operate and even end. But how does a Scientist go about discovering how things work? A scientist accomplishes this broad task by using what is known in the Scientific world as the "Scientific Method." Here is the precise protocol.

    (Note) Science is an Exact Study...The final Conclusion of any Scientific examination must be one hundred percent true.

    The Scientific Method

    The process is for a Postulate (Assumption) to be first formulated and then announced. Then there are three things about this postulate that must be true before it can be considered a theory.

    1. The postulate must be observable.
    2. The postulate must be capable of repeatable experimental verification
    3. The postulate must withstand a falsifiability test, or an experiment conceived which the failure of the experiment would disprove the postulate.

    There are two types or branches of Science very important in Study of Evolution

    1. Empirical Science (Operation Science)- is the investigation into how things operate in the present. Basically this branch of Science deals with present, observable and repeatable events. (The Scientific Method)

    2. Forensic science (Origin Science)- deals with things that are no longer occurring in the present. Within this form of Science, a person attempts to define how certain events happened in the past; here no events are repeatable or presently observed. For example, a detective with help from forensic scientists peaces together a crime by examining the evidence left behind and based on the evidence a speculative answer to what happened is announced.




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