Enumerate and define main Frontiers of Fundamental Science?
There are three main Frontiers of Fundamental Science:
- First, the world of the extremely large, the universe itself, Radio telescopes now gather information from the far side of the universe and have recently detected, as radio waves, the “firelight” of the big bang which probably started off the expanding universe nearly 20 billion years ago.
- Second: the world of the extremely small; that of the particles such as; electrons, protons, neutrons, mesons and others.
- The third frontier is the world of complex matter. It is also the World of “middle-sized” things, from molecules at one extreme to the Earth at the other. This is all fundamental physics, which is the heart of science.