How do we know Natural Science? – ToK

Natural sciences are the sciences grounded in the perception and constants of the world around us. These constants and observations, if observed right, can’t be influenced by major bias and prejudice. These sciences include areas of knowledge such as Physics, Biology, and Chemistry. It is unlike social sciences, due to the fact that social sciences are grounded in the knowledge of people and the behaviour of humans and our environments. We know natural sciences to a very precise degree due to the extremely unique trait of the unchanging characteristics in all-natural sciences. What I mean is that Physics doesn’t change its laws of physics over the course of periods of time (That technically isn’t true but the counter-argument is based on a purely scientific grounding and isn’t relevant). The reason we can

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