The history of science has come a very long way. As it had been extensively described in this write-up, science is as old as the human race. Whether known or oblivious, man is an embodiment of science, same for his environment.
It had also been emphasized in this write-up that virtually every continent on earth, at one point or the other, contributed its quota immensely to the discovery and development of various aspects of science. The listener would also have learned that the study of science and the first set of philosophers and scientists were all found in Egypt, making Africa the undoubted origin of the study of science.
Many of the ancient scientists and their discoveries might have been faulted in the modern scientific world, but many of the current scientific discoveries have their origins on the seemingly imperfect promulgations of those ancient scientists from Africa, Arabia, India, China, Greece, and Rome.
Humans have made many discoveries in the field of science, as described in this write-up. Be that as it may, the journey is still far; many discoveries are yet to be made and several errors many of the older discoveries are pitted with still need to be corrected. For one, in the field of physics, inconsistencies have been discovered between quantum mechanism and general relativity, and present-day scientists have a duty to unify these two and create a common ground between these fundamental theories representing some of the discoveries in the field of science.