From early childhood, human beings continually arrange the world around them into some type of categories, forecasting how things work, and evaluating their forecasts. This type of thinking is the key component of science, is evident in a large range of human universals from time, calendars, family names and measurement.

"Science is basically working at understanding the world around us," says Edward Wasserman at the University of Iowa in Iowa City. It is not confined to humans-all animals need scientific thinking to survive. He ends by stating that "It's in our job description."

Human beings, sometimes confusing and complicated, but still a wonderful creation of God.