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Is it easier to approach science artistically or to explain science artistically?
Artistic thinking requires a high level of critical thought. Practiced, disciplined, and open. Please, critical thinking is a valuable phrase to understand, search engine it.
So is it harder to think artistically or to explain science artistically? (Do you feel a lot of important factors in both direction would be left out into considerations? Or?)
We are all born natural scientist with a natural curiosity to the world; developing intense thinking and understanding towards our interest in life. If we are able to have such chances. Scientist today are usually considered the people in which study fields of the sciences (again the modern day usage). However our forefathers of philosophy are more often considered scientist amongst those times and today.
POINT: Why can't science be presented artistically? Art, in today understandings, is the expression of emotion in response to our cognitive educations through out our lives. Usually the popular form of art is what is done at high level of artistic thinking.
Science should be presented like pop-culture is presented today. Referencing pop-culture: Auto-tunes. But really all instruments, colors, and [but not] limited to martial arts became what they are today due to sciences. Ex:Jeet kune do, our advanced color wheel, and electric instruments.
Aristotle was a scientist in which to understand the physical world as a whole or metaphysics. Mozart was a scientist of composing. What are you a scientist of/over?
Why can't information be presented as art just as much as our creative emotions/thoughts? Wouldn't information be more fun to absorb if it was presented in a more"catchy" or exciting way? How can science be presented in an artist manner?
Myth Busters does a great job with keeping science fun with hands on experiments. Bill Nye the Science Guy. TED. Give some more example of where science is presented as art.
My favorite example is: http://www.phdcomics.com/comics.php?f=1430
Youtube: Symphony of science