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What is the purpose of scientific research?
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One of my professors described scientific research as the world's longest conversation. People have been contributing to this conversation by either asking questions or answering the questions that have already been asked. 

You might be wondering what this conversation is about. The answer is simple: everything. Anything you might be wondering is part of the conversation.

To state your question in different words, why do we ask questions? There might be several answers. We can ask questions simply because we are curious. In such a case, these answers are only to make us satisfied.

In other cases, for example, these questions might be because of several problems. We might look for ways to overcome a problem. For example, the person who invented the fridge probably saw the problem of keeping food in a good form for longer times, and that person answered the question with a device that gets rid of that problem.

So, scientific research aims to ask questions or answer the ones that have already been asked. These answers may be for personal satisfaction, they can address a problem, or they can make our lives easier. I would go as far as to say that scientific research is the key to each and every improvement that we achieve in our lives.

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 To understand by principle, for oneself, to experiment, to solve one's own equations ...;

Work for commercial entities and go in their direction ....

Two modes?

Divergent or consensual.

The researcher knows ....

It's always pushing the limits. Discover this "grail"! Meaning !

By ego or by wonder.

Change the world brings what?

If it does not change anything in people's lives? If that does not put a smile on their face? If it's just a lucubration?

Many  discoveries, sometimes made in garages, or in the minds of teens who  have never been immersed in the system, are so relevant and productive!

Only results count!

It's good to know why we are advancing in our scientific research. but with honesty and humility.l

Science must serve the world. Not to enslave him or submit him ... 

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Scientific research is the bedrock of scientific innovation and discovery. Research makes some technology possible. Research is all about finding the best way to either improve on an old idea or bring in new ideas to reality. Research search for the best solution among probable solutions through consistent experiments, observation, testing, analysis etc.

There can hardly be meaningful scientific advancement without scientific research. Research finds out and implement the findings for the good of man. So the purpose of scientific research is to make scientific advancement possible

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Simply put, to make discoveries and advancements for the greater good of man.

At least that is the idea. Science can also be used against our fellow man, which illustrates well, our primitive nature as a species.

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Logical research has two classes: unadulterated logical research and connected logical research. The fundamental motivation behind unadulterated logical research is to discover a clarification regarding why certain things occur in the normal world. Interestingly, connected logical research manages searching for answers to particular inquiries that assistance mankind, for example, restorative research or natural examinations. Connected Scientific research is more centered around testing speculations, rather than tending to extract standards, just like the case with unadulterated logical research.

Numerous analysts concur that the objectives of logical research are: portrayal, forecast, and clarification/understanding. A few people add control and application to the rundown of objectives. For the time being, I am will center around examining depiction, expectation and clarification/understanding.The most imperative objective of both these types of logical research is to think of clarifications that portray the reasons for the marvel. There are three requirements expected to decide the circumstances and end results of a logical examination: covariation of occasions, appropriate time-arrange succession and the end of conceivable elective causes.

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