Natural Mysteries That Science Has Discovered
Many of us are often fascinated in finding out the natural laws that science has revealed so far. The natural laws come in handy at times when science and other factors do not agree with each other. We are all quite familiar with the big bang theory which states that space and time began from a singularity or ‘God’ rather than from the existing natural laws. Science has been able to verify this theory through observation. Another theory that has been proposed by scientists involves the mystery of gravity.
If you were to bring a piece of string
Yarn or any other material and pull it, you would find out how much weight it could carry. You could also pull the same string and let it hang and watch as the weight carrying capacity decreases. This theory also says that if the natural laws were known, then it would be easy to find out the density of objects by using only weight. The great scientist Ampere in his 3rd century BC is said to have found a proof for this theory.
Another natural law that science has made many claims about is the inverse square law.This is also supposed to be a well-known theory. A square area gets to be the multiplied by its cube, hence if the area increases by a factor, the distance also gets to be less. Science has made many claims about this subject. It is believed that the reason why we do not see outer space is because it does not follow natural laws. However there are theories that suggest that our eyes play a very important role in that phenomenon.
There are several other natural phenomena that are being researched by various sciences. For example, the ocean’s currents are being studied by the scientific community. Oceanographers can use fish information to study changing ocean currents. Geologists can study formation of the Earth and use this information to study climate change.
Astronomy and Astrology are natural phenomena also. Astronomy uses stars to map out our existence. On the other hand Astrology is the art of reading your sign from the zodiac. This is based on the constellations. The sky also helps us to understand the forces that govern our lives.
The history of science has also shown that some natural laws are passed down throughout human history. For instance, the Theory of Relativity which is a principle that science used to explain the way the universe is put together. The Standard Model of particle physics is a scientific truth based on natural laws that have been studied over the years. The Grandfather of Quantum theory also used these natural laws to explain why the world is set apart. Albert Einstein is known to have used this theory to describe the cosmos.
Science attempts to explain the natural phenomena that have been around for millions of years. Examples of such natural phenomena include: the planets, stars, energy, matter and human beings. Science is an attempt to understand all of these natural laws through observation and experiment. As you can see science is very broad and there is no single theory that defines all of science. There are many theories that have been developed over time but none can be labeled as absolute truth.
There are many great books out there that will explain some of these natural mysteries. I recommend you research a book and read it to get a feel for how science can help you understand some of the most basic natural laws in the world. Remember that there are many mysteries out there that science can’t explain but it can show you how to use natural phenomena to your advantage. There are many things that science has done that can give you insight into the natural world around you.