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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
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Welcome to the Science and Technology Platoon!
This is a platoon for those who are interested in Science & Technology. Anyone is more than welcome to join. We only ask that you behave yourself and respect every members here.
- Must have a presentable avatar or profile.
- Have knowledge in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM).
- Be enrolled or graduated from a University, College, or academic institution.
- Be of good moral character and active in the Battlelog community.
- Be respectful and friendly to other members in this platoon.
- No inappropriate or obscene gravatar, emblem, or profile.
- Keep profanity to a minimum.
- No promotion of illegal activities.
WHAT is Science?
• Science is both a body of knowledge and a process.
In school, science may sometimes seem like a collection of isolated and static facts listed in a textbook, but that's only a small part of the story. Just as importantly, science is also a process of discovery that allows us to link isolated facts into coherent and comprehensive understandings of the natural world.
• Science is exciting.
Science is a way of discovering what's in the universe and how those things work today, how they worked in the past, and how they are likely to work in the future. Scientists are motivated by the thrill of seeing or figuring out something that no one has before.
• Science is useful.
The knowledge generated by science is powerful and reliable. It can be used to develop new technologies, treat diseases, and deal with many other sorts of problems.
• Science is ongoing.
Science is continually refining and expanding our knowledge of the universe, and as it does, it leads to new questions for future investigation. Science will never be "finished."
• Science is a global human endeavor.
People all over the world participate in the process of science. And you can too!
Source: http://undsci.berkeley.edu/article/whatisscience_01 [undsci.berkeley.edu]