Nature of Science and Technologies
Science and technology was a part of human civilization since evolution started. At the very beginning human was not aware of any scientific facts or technique to make its life better. But as civilization moved on, it started to discover small facts related to our environment. When our civilization started, human were only depended to nature for harvesting resources for life. In that time humans were afraid of all natural energy like fire, storms, thunder etc. But after some years of forest civilization human understand that fire is actually a very useful energy. It scares other animals; it gives warmth also a burnt meats tastes good.
Then they started using fires for several purposes. But still then they did not know how to ignite fire. After many years of usage they discover that fire is lighted by the friction of two solid objects like wood, tree or stone. Then they invented the lighting process of fire. Normally they used stones or wood for this purpose. Now from this above story we can easily understand how ancient people started inventing scientific facts.
Science remains quite the same since the beginning. We may thing that our science today is quite advance that that was in the ancient age, but the fact is actually depending upon the situation everything was same. The invention of Computer is equally important like the invention of fire or wheel was in that era of civilization. Both change the course of human civilization. After those important invention ancient peoples also discover some more useful facts, that how trees can be harvested, and that is how agriculture started. Later we invented Mathematics, Physics, and Bio Science etc. We started to explore the characters and rules of the nature, and tried to use them for our own purpose. Science is the main study that making the changes in our world today, making our life better, effortless. And also science is the reason for which our life style, our civilization is changed over the time, and it is the fact that governs our course of evolution and civilization.