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This includes sub divisions of Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths
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Physics... Astronomy... We learn a lot about the world around us

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Physics :cool:

If you want to learn in a way your feeble monkey brain can understand then probably not physics.

To be honest you can't learn about everything on every level of thinking by studying just one subject.
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Bro Science lol
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Physics.

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Physics explains virtually nothing about life though? Compared to biology and chemistry


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Physics explains virtually nothing about life though? Compared to biology and chemistry


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Yes, but it explains a lot more about the world around us, which is what the question was asking.

Also, Physics does explain a lot about life, it deals with the origins of the universe and how any form of life came to exist at all.

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Yes, but it explains a lot more about the world around us, which is what the question was asking.

Also, Physics does explain a lot about life, it deals with the origins of the universe and how any form of life came to exist at all.

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The origin of the universe is not the "world around us", it's hard to apply the laws of physics to life in a way we understand, like physics is great with the subatomic but once you're in the macroscopic it's relevance dwindles, sure it helps with explaining rainbows but it does not explain complex organisms very well


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(Original post by SerLorasTyrell)
Physics explains virtually nothing about life though? Compared to biology and chemistry


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Well lets ignore that chemistry is practically a branch of physics...

Entropy is vital to life.

Biomechanics

Non-linear system (biological populations for example)

If you want to underhand how our bodies interact with the world around us... e.g how our eyes detect light and then form an image.

All the sciences are related. Physics is just at the fundamental level.

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The origin of the universe is not the "world around us", it's hard to apply the laws of physics to life in a way we understand, like physics is great with the subatomic but once you're in the macroscopic it's relevance dwindles, sure it helps with explaining rainbows but it does not explain complex organisms very well


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Well lets ignore that chemistry is practically a branch of physics...

Entropy is vital to life.

Biomechanics

Non-linear system (biological populations for example)

If you want to underhand how our bodies interact with the world around us... e.g how our eyes detect light and then form an image.

All the sciences are related. Physics is just at the fundamental level.



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So your answer is chemistry then? Thanks


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So your answer is chemistry then? Thanks


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Did you not understand what he said? Chemistry is essentially a branch of physics...

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The origin of the universe is not the "world around us", it's hard to apply the laws of physics to life in a way we understand, like physics is great with the subatomic but once you're in the macroscopic it's relevance dwindles, sure it helps with explaining rainbows but it does not explain complex organisms very well


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Is it? So, you don't understand that airplanes, cars, and pretty much everything that moves is affected by physics?
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So your answer is chemistry then? Thanks


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Well it depends what you want. Do like really involved in depth maths? Do you want to learn about things on say a more biological level?
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Geography
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physics
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Biology probably.
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Chemistry is not a branch of Physics. Just saying.
And no, physics cannot be used to explain the human body itself.
I'd say a mixture of all three sciences.
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In terms of day to day life? Biology
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Physics and Maths aren't easily separated but they both form the basis of anything and everything
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geography, especially physical
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