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How physics works
As experimental science, physics (formulated as starting from observations of natural phenomena), makes hypotheses about how certain operations take place in the world. These hypotheses are validated by experiments and measurements and in best cases can be confirmed or refuted. The goal of physics is to use the results of experiments, laws of nature, to formulate expressions in the language of mathematics which are used to predict other phenomena.
The role of physics in science
In a broader sense, physics can be described as the most fundamental science of all sciences. Chemistry, for example, can be considered a complex application of physics because it is focused on the interaction of energy and matter in chemical systems. We also know that biology, at its core essence, is the application of chemical characteristics within living beings which means that biology, too, is ultimately based on the laws of physics.
Branches of physics
Because physics as a discipline is a very large field, it is divided into different areas. These include, for example, electronics, quantum physics, astronomy, and thermodynamics. This splitting of physics into different areas or academic disciplines was not always the case. Brilliant physicists such as Leibniz and Newton, understood as universal scholars, made significant findings in many areas. Newton's work, correctly described the basic operations of movement and gravity accurately for the first time in history and had the descriptive name of Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, and therefore saw itself as a part of the field of study of philosophy. Physics today is split into several areas, simply due to the fact that this knowledge is so massive that a single man never could cope with all its different disciplines, even if he would spend his whole life devoted to mastery of this overview.
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