• Question: Did you always like science growing up?

    Asked by 933genp34 to Remsha, David, Oliver, Kieran, Fiana on 6 Nov 2018. This question was also asked by 527genp45, Soleimp173845264559273655.
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      Remsha Afzal answered on 6 Nov 2018:

      Humans are by nature very curious creatures. Studying science is just a fancy way of saying : I’m interested in understanding how the world around me works, be it what I eat, how I came to be who I am, how my body works (or doesn’t work ), my environment etc. The beauty of science is that it tackles all these questions by searching for proof of the answer so it can be universally applied. As cheesy as it may sound, I believe the search for understanding things comes naturally to most of us. Like a lot of kids ask amazing scientific questions that a lot of grown up scientists are trying to understand! So yes, I’d say I always liked science growing up because I liked asking questions about the world around me. And I’m betting you do too because you’re here asking questions haha!