It is a well-established fact among the human race that “Some things can only be emotionally and mentally felt, rather than being expressed” Catering to the above thought, I would like to open my side of the debate by arguing, that we as humans express our feelings or rather what we believe in, for the benefit of our companions and relatives. Our beliefs are rather stored in our minds and are sometimes difficult to be given a ” DEFINITION”. But, in no way does that signify how strong our emotions are, or the stability of our mindset. Let’s take the most famous example here, Science vs Religion( GOD), or rather how we know it – ILLUMINATI. Some argue, that God does not exist, it is just a notion of our minds that has or can never be clinically proven. I would reply to that with a “Science” fact- If the earth’s gravity were less than 0.000000000001% of what it is right now, our planet would collapse. And if it was increased by the same value, the Earth would explode. There was obviously something that made our planet so perfect that we can survive on it. I am not arguing that there is any specific God, rather, I say that there is some unnatural power that drives our lives every day. And this power is what most people call ” God”. But can we define it? No, we cannot. But do we believe in it? Of course, we do. And there are some cases, where people know that “GOD” does not exist, but still pray to him in the form of meditation, to achieve mental stability of the mind.
Distinguishing science from non-science or religion is generally an easy matter, as the two rarely seem to make claims to be scientific. When they do make claims of being scientific, this becomes known as pseudoscience. Even so, it is useful to recognize the distinctions, as science doesn’t always clearly do so. For the boundary between science and religion, a majority of the cases can be separated well through the verificationistic view. While empirical matters are primarily dealt with science, spiritual matters are primarily dealt with religion because they cannot be objectively and empirically observed.
When distinguishing science from non-science, it’s easiest to start by defining the fundamentals that make up what science is, and then define all of the fields that fall outside this definition as non-science. At it core, science is a system of acquiring knowledge about the physical world through objective experimentation and observation. Therefore, fields that do not involve the acquisition of knowledge, such as art and business, can be classified as being non-science. Moreover, mathematics is a field considered to be non-science because doesn’t acquire knowledge about the physical world. The field of engineering proves to be an interesting case. While engineers practically apply scientific knowledge, the field as a whole is non-scientific.