The Scientific Method, Not
- Feb 11, 2021 5:19 pm GMT
What is the energy industry and why does it exist?
What I’m defining as the energy industry are electric utilities and products. These were created by science, and it was born from an explosion in scientific knowledge that happened primarily from the 1700s to the present. Electric science and related technologies were developed in this period, by many individuals of science.
But what is science? We are pretty sure that it is responsible for the explosion mentioned to the prior paragraph, and this has enriched all of our lives.
More specifically, what is the scientific method? I have heard this term used frequently in the past, but when I tried to find a reasonable definition, I came up empty so I stopped looking. Then I recently came across a really good book that explained everything.
This post is a brief review of that book.
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