Science is about discovering which already exists.Science is divided in to 3 broad branches - Physics, Biology and Chemistry, which are further subdivided in to specialized branches. But what I see is that whatever we discover and call it a science was already here and we have just found it through our persistent efforts.
All the laws of physics were already there we have just named them and explained them so that it can be understood by masses. All the plants, trees, animals, etc all of them were existing much before and we have again classified them and whenever we saw anything new we added a new classification. Same goes with Chemistry, where chemicals are experimented with and nomenclature provided to them.
There is no denying that by finding so many things we have been able to make a difference to our lives and the whole humanity but at the same time we have dound and transformed many things that pose a huge threat to the whole humanity as well, like weapons.
Science seems more of organising and classification for easy understanding rather than discovery of something that never existed.
There can be two school of thought about this but I see it is as more of a classification exercise from where the next generation tries to build up rather than discovery of something that never existed.
What do members think about this?