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" Francis Bacon is one of the most influential figures in the history of science, even though he never really discovered or invented anything himself. Instead, what Bacon invented, more or less, was the modern scientific enterprise itself."

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"science is a human invention, even though it is worshiped and served like a pagan god. Science is about tools, its first and foremost a philosophy, originally it was called natural philosophy. The term 'science' is a word that simply means 'to know', there are two kinds of knowledge. The kind you know intellectually (theory) and the kind you experience (practice). Science is the kind you experience. Scientific theory is just establish facts organized systematicly. Eventually these theories can be so well establiched that they are called laws, like gravity."

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No one invented science itself, science is the factual search for knowledge. What is science ? Science of the mind ? Psychology
Science of the stars ? Astronomy
Science of Religion ? Theology
Science of numbers ? Mathematics

Who invented that 1 + 1 = 2 ?
No one will ever know, its just a fact, a SCIENTIFIC fact. It is proven.

Science starts with a theory, theories are tried, tested, sometimes even ridiculed. Should enough poeple agree ona point of view the theory slowly become facts, facts eveolve into laws, such as Newtons three laws of gravity.

Did Isaac Newton "invent" this ? no, he merely made gravity factual in the sense that we can scientifically work and measure it and or its effects.

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It wasn't really, it has always just been there, gradually developing as a body of knowledge. The earliest scientists were thinking about it all millenia BC. One of the earliest scientists we know much about was Pythagoras. The word itself "Scientist" was coined at Cambridge U in 1834.

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