science is a catagory combined of four subjects .

these four subjects is mathematics . biology , chemistry and physics.
in my school , mathematics classes are held everyday.

biology classes are held thrice in a week , chemistry classes are held , twice and physics classes are held four days in a week.

these classes are taken by different teachers.

biology is taken by mrs . R . Banerjee , chemistry is taken by Mrs.S. roy , mathematics is taken by Ms.P. Chakraborti and physics is taken by Mrs .S.Singh.

i love all the science subjects.

so i like to attend all the classes and honestly i have never been absent in any of these classes.

teachers also appreciates me for my hard work which is great encouragement for me.

in these classes i get to learn many new things and i have a great hunger for knowledge.

i usually ask for for explanation on different chapters which in turn makes the understanding of the chapters very easy.

i am still wanting to learn more about these subjects and i hope that this hunger for knowledge of mine will never finish.
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Modern science developed with the discoveries of Galileo, Copernicus, and Descartes. Usually, we have an abstract view of the advancement of such science up to the present era. There are rare cases when we consider the relationship of the scientist to historical conditions. It is a commonly held belief that science has reached its perfect stage and that everybody can learn, conduct, research, and benefit from science in the same way and at the same level. This view is particularly popular since it has an ethical element. That is, science is a value, and everyone can and should benefit from it. Such a view can solve no problem. It is not wrong, but it is superficial. The creation of science has always called for the existence of certain conditions and possibilities. Kant, as a teacher of enlightenment and liberalism, proclaimed the advent of reason, which could create a new science and related politics. Kant was well aware of what he was stating. He may have had the future in mind. He knew and taught others that each scientific discovery may not develop, last, and produce the expected benefits everywhere.
Science is a foundation that is closely linked to people’s lives, relations, views, and behaviors. While growing, the tree of new science has challenged the earth and water and the spiritual and mental atmosphere of the Renaissance. It has gradually gained its place as the coordinator of conditions and the stabilizer of life order.
Science is said to have a method. Can any individual at any place reach the expected result of his/her research provided that he or she uses the right method? The conditions under which science is created and its benefits and dangers are the questions that philosophers, scientists, and politicians should address. This statement is true to some exten

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