A Scientific View of the World
Science is based on the analysis of observations made either through our senses or by using special equipment. Science therefore cannot explain anything about the natural world that is beyond what is observable.”The term extraordinary alludes to substances, occasions, or powers viewed as being past nature, in that such things can’t be clarified by logical means.”
There is no single path that leads to scientific knowledge, and scientists do not follow a fixed set of steps when attempting to discover the answer to scientific questions. There are, however, certain specific features of scientific investigation.
A scientific law is a statement that describes what always happens under certain conditions in nature.
Science is based on the analysis of things that humans can observe either by themselves through their senses, or by using special equipment. Science therefore cannot explain anything about the natural world that is beyond what is observable by current means. Supernatural things cannot be explained by scientific means.