Own Definition of Natural Science:
Natural science is that branch of science that is involved with the study of our physical world, it looks at objects or processes observable in our nature, but excluding the abstract or theoretical aspect are also found in sciences.
How has your definition or scope of Natural Science changed?
I don’t feel that my definition or scope of Natural Science has not changed all that much, but through our discussions, I was able to understand the different aspects that are important to the Natural Science such as measurable data, qualitative observations and hypothesizes or theories.
What territories does the Natural Science try to map?
The Natural Sciences tries to help us map out the what we know and are able to observe about our physical world. It used evidence and observations to map out science such as biology, chemistry, physics, and geology to enable us to read an understanding of natural phenomena.
What kinds of ‘problems’ is this ‘map’ helping us solve?
It is trying to help us find practical answers to problems that are concerned with multiple aspects of the natural world, for example, it can be applied to help solve medical problems or can also relate to engineering. You can often notice that problem-solving in the natural sciences tend to be very objective as it is very practical and universal.
What kinds of questions does the Natural Science provide answers to?
There is a wide range of questions that Natural Science can help to provide answers to depending on you are more specifically trying to investigate. For example, the study into Biology can provide many answers to life on our earth or the science can be applied to answer any medical questions such as discovering how to cure a disease. This is only a single example of how such science is applied in our everyday life to provide solutions to a variety of problems in multiple fields such as biology, chemistry, physics, and geology.