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Science Path

Science- an ongoing search for the truth- a perpetual struggle to discover how the universe works...



Classical antiquity

Age of Enlightenment


Middle Ages

19th century

20th century

21st century

Science in classical antiquity encompasses inquiries into the workings of the world or universe aimed at both practical goals (e.g., establishing a reliable calendar or determining how to cure a variety of illnesses) as well as more abstract investigations belonging to natural philosophy.

The earliest roots of science can be traced to Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia in around 3000 to 1200 BCE.

The origins of the Earth sciences lie in the myths and legends of the distant past. The creation story, which can be traced to a Babylonian epic of the 22nd century BCE and which is told in the first chapter of Genesis, has proved most influential. The story is cast in the form of Earth history and thus was readily accepted as an embodiment of scientific as well as of theological truth.

European science in the Middle Ages comprised the study of nature, mathematics and natural philosophy in medieval Europe.

Science during the Enlightenment was dominated by scientific societies and academies, which had largely replaced universities as centres of scientific research and development. Societies and academies were also the backbone of the maturation of the scientific profession .

Science advanced dramatically during the 20th century. There were new and radical developments in the physical, life and human sciences, building on the progress made in the 19th century

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2500 BCE

Science as Natural Philosophy

Prehistoric humans were close observers of nature who carefully tracked the seasons and times of the year.

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Chicken or Egg

Did science and art come at the same time?


Art and science both render ideas about the world into a form that allows the viewer to connect to the idea.

The medieval mathematician Leonardo of Pisa, also known as Fibonacci, once pondered a puzzle about an idealized rabbit population. His solution was an eponymous sequence of numbers that are now widely found in dentistry to photography and music composition. Ramón y Cajal and Fibonacci were simultaneously impactful to science and art. History is rife with many more examples of scientists who were also artists and who have contributed to both science and art in unique and often unexpected ways.



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Oral tradition

Prehistoric times

Early Cultures

Preliterate Societies

the domestication for agriculture

Cave Painting

Writing System

The ways of passing knowledge and technique


“When you light the whole cave, it is very stupid because you kill the staging.”

Stone steps descended into the ground, and I walked down them slowly as if I were entering a dark movie theater, careful not to stumble and disrupt the silence. Once my eyes adjusted to the faint light at the foot of the stairs, I saw that I was standing in the open chamber of a cave.




Early Cultures

The history of science in early cultures covers protoscience in ancient history to Islamic Science.



While much of the world was living in primitive conditions, the ancient Egyptians were inventing writing and advancing the sciences of mathematics, medicine and astronomy. They developed ways to measure time and distances and applied their knowledge to monumental architecture.


After the development of agriculture, which allowed for a surplus of food, it became possible for early civilizations to develop and spend more of their time devoted to tasks other than survival, such as the search for knowledge for knowledge's sake.


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The domestication of maize for agriculture has been dated during that time in southern Mexico, before the development of writing systems


Archaeological evidence indicates the development of astronomical knowledge in preliterate societies

Another feature was the tendency to describe the universe as just sky and earth, with a potential underworld.


The development of writing enabled humans to store and communicate knowledge across generations with much greater accuracy. Its invention was a prerequisite for the development of philosophy and later science in ancient times.

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A Ball

Untitled World

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A sphere

A buble

Your part

Create your own world of Nature

Show your artistic depiction of the given data

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Medicine man

Wise woman


A Medicine man, a wise woman

There was a reliance on a "medicine man" or "wise woman" for healing, knowledge of divine or demonic causes of diseases, and in more extreme cases, for rituals such as exorcism, divination, songs, and incantations