Particle Movement within the Large Hadron Collider (or LHC) of CERN in Switzerland, where groundbreaking work is being performed on Physics.

Welcome to the WikiEdit

Welcome to the General Sciences page. We will discuss topics from nuclear physics to botany, and from numerical relativity to chemical reactions. Our purpose is to encourage the spread of science and to continue in the footsteps of scientists like Louis Pasteur, Charles Darwin, and Galileo Galilei. The word science itself originates from the Latin word "scientia", meaning knowledge. It is defined as a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable predictions and experiments.

Some of the topics that we will confront in our General Sciences wiki are:

Physics, Vectors, Waves, Nuclear Physics, Momentum, Newton's Laws, Kepler's Laws, Galileo Galilei, Atoms, Elements, Bonding, Chemical Reactions, Molecules, Substances, Compounds, Equilibrium, Energy, neurochemistry, Cell theory, Evolution, Botany, Genetics, Euclid, Pythagoras, Aristarchus, Ptolemy, Aristotle...

This is a domain created for the purpose of an intellectual adventure that I hope I can share with others. People must be scientifically literate for the future, and learning about the sciences on this site will benefit all who wish to participate in a useful and educational endeavour. For those who want an introduction to the subject, just enter Wikipedia while considering which statements are properly cited.

For those who believe that they have already covered the basics and want to progress from where they started, search the topic you would like to learn, and click on the page you would like to view. Wikia contributors who want to aid me in this adventure are more than welcome to positively edit this page in order to grow this wiki.

We can begin our educational adventure by asking the question "What is Science?" Learn the answer to this question by clicking on the first link below.

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