Scientists solve riddles much like a detectives, by careful observation and data gathering.
Physical, life and earth skills involve the preparation and study of the life (biology) and hygiene as it relates to the human, plant and animal life processes, where physical science and skills pertain to volumes or masses, and objects that can be classified according to the five senses. Earth science and skills deal with geology, ecosystems and environmental concerns. The three sciences and skills all relate to each other, functioning as a sum total about all the knowledge we expect to discover and learn about the world around us.
Life Science and Skills
Life science and skills involve the study of any and all conditions that make life possible and sustainable on our planet. Conditions include the study of favorable temperature and life zones, the need for oxygen for respiration, the expiration of carbon dioxide for the consumption of plants, the study of minerals, water, helpful or harmful gases, food sources, climate, toxic and lethal substances and other factors that directly affect life and survival. Life science is a root science, exploring the cycle of life as dictated from birth, through hygiene and health, to death and decomposition.
Physical Science and Skills
Physical science and skills involve the investigation and study of objects, materials and substances that can be described, observed and measured, relative to their makeup and physical properties. Methods for identifying objects, materials and substance include the physical gathering and recording of data according to shape, color, size, weight, texture and smell. Geometry, math and algebra contribute to physical identification by narrowing down specific parameters. The understanding of transformation of liquids, gases and solids also describe the definition of physical science and skills.
Earth Science and Skills
Earth science and skills, often grouped with the study of space, involves the study of the natural environment as it pertains to such subjects as sediments, rocks, air, water, soils, sediments, erosion, volcanism, plate tectonics and seafloor spread. Other areas include earth mechanics, oceans, weather and other factors that contribute to the inorganic structure of the planet and its systems. Earth science also relates to the impact of animal and plant life upon the geology and ecosystems, and earth systems in respect to their survival. Earth science delves into the natural order of planetary mechanics, which contributes to and affects all organisms on the planet.
All the sciences are investigative in nature and application. Grouped as a whole they complete a large and profound study of every aspect of life, health and survival on the planet Earth. They all ask pertinent questions: how, why, when and where. The need to understand and have the questions of enquiry answered, benefits humans in understanding the principals by which all life was created, and serve the planet as a whole to better the circumstances by which life is governed on Earth. Good core science and skills aids in avoiding mistakes that have been made in the past.