Are you still struggling to reconcile the disparity between Darwin’s evolution theory and the Divine Creation? Perhaps most of us are recurrently, mystified about the feasibility of time travel and time machines. How about the existence of parallel universes, do you find it amazing or rather irrational? Still interested around alien invasion or you may be more engrossed reflecting the issues of global warming and its menace that we are already living through. Plus, the revolution of technology that has affected every single aspect of our life, we may continue to ask these questions: Why do we have to learn Science? Is there an end to Science?
I am always amazed with Science, and the practical experiences that I learned in school were so rewarding up to this time. But there are volumes of concept in science that could not just be done in the classroom, and could not even be observed by means of simple equipment and experiments. Things that go beyond common sense. More often than not, we are stuck with questions hanging round the brain and only content ourselves with the explanation provided in books and excellent scientific journals. It should be all right then, for these scientists and authors have studied tremendously on these subjects, and thus afforded us a truly credible description on every possible question there is in science. You could not do a classroom practical about Big Bang theory, could you?
Science is an endless spectrum of possibilities. Much have been discovered through it, yet these are nothing compared to the even bigger space that remained hidden and unexplored. Science is life itself that extends through time and space, and accordingly, the more we know about science, the more we realize how little is our knowledge about it.
Practically, science is everything. But don’t get me wrong about this notion. I do not propose to disregard the ultimate being who I faithfully believed created this universe and beyond. What I am trying to say is that, science is a perfect work of creation that has come about through a perfect mind. A creator so intelligent and infallible, that everything is put in apposite order and beginning, yet so complex to the human intellect. I may have that immense passion for science, but it does not, in so many words, terrorize my faith to one Supreme being, who gave us this world to live and explore.
What makes science so intriguing to me is that it has the facility to answer many questions and the method to make use of simple things around, become so relevant and useful to mankind. For example, the discovery of electricity is one of the greatest achievements of science, and thousand more discoveries were made because of it. The development of technology could not have been so massive if it were not of science. According to Jacob Aron, a young mathematician turned science writer; ‘ Without science, you would not be reading this. Without science, there would be no computers, no internet, and no blogging.’
Could science end somewhere, no one knows. What scientists do know is that there are still loads in store for people to know in this universe, and our generation could not utterly discover all these.
All the same, science has definitely influence our way of thinking, in the manner we understand the universe and the things in it. We are greatly benefited by its development and we continue to learn more to make life better.