Who Invented Science?


It is widely debated as to who invented science with some people arguing that Galileo Galilei formulated basic scientific laws while others claim that ancient philosophers had studied science before him. The fact that science evolved faster after his life has made many people refer to him as the centre of the scientific revolution.
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You cannot say that any one person invented science. Science is the human effort to understand and figure out the natural world around us. It tries to provide proof for man's theories about the natural world through the use of experimentation and the discovery of material evidence. You can find more information here: http://www.gly.uga.edu/railsback/1122science2.html#WHATISSCIENCE
The development of science is goes hand in hand with evaluation of humans. There was no single inventor. Long before we learned to right, observations about plants, animals and how every thing works was passed down orally generation to generation. That would be the earliest form of science.
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