Natural Sciences – Part 2
In what ways does this quote help us understand the methodology in Natural Science?
The methodology in Natural Science always begins with an observation made by an individual, sometimes it may even seem “bizarre” or “counterintuitive” according to Carl Sagan. However, these new ideas are the basis to new scientific discoveries. Being open to all ideas, old and new, enables us to consider a much broader area of the Natural Sciences. Linking back to the methodology in Natural Sciences, this helps us in our understanding of the methodology as we now know the causes and beginning of this important process.
What is Karl Popper’s theory of Falsification?
The theory of Falsification is the process of refuting scientific theories in order to prove whether the theory is true or not.