Physics

Physics is the study of science that deals with energy and matter and their interactive nature with each other. Over the past, it was a part of natural philosophy along with chemistry, certain branches of mathematics, and biology, but after the emergence of pioneers and advancements made through the effort of various scientists and researchers, these fields as oneself came to light as a path of research in their own right. It intersects with many integrative areas of analysis and research, such as medical physics and quantum chemistry, and the boundaries of physics are not rigidly defined. We see different potential ideas in physics when it comes to discussion of creating, inventing and discovering from research in various sectors involved in it.

In many ways, physics stems from ancient Greek philosophy. From Thales' first attempt to characterize matter, to Democritus' deduction that matter ought to reduce to an invariant state, the Ptolemaic astronomy of a crystalline firmament, and Aristotle's book Physics (an early book on physics, which attempted to analyze and define motion from a philosophical point of view), various Greek philosophers advanced their own theories of nature.
The development of physics has answered many questions of early philosophers, but has also raised new questions. Study of the philosophical issues surrounding physics, the philosophy of physics, involves issues such as the nature of space and time, determinism, and metaphysical outlooks such as empiricism, naturalism and realism.
  • Classical Physics
  • Modern Physics
  • Theories of planck, bernoulli, joule, etc.
  • Computational Physics
  • Theoritical Physics
  • Applied Physics
  • Meta Physics
  • Solar Physics
  • Medical Physics

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