I am a student of science who appears to be on an infinite journey towards my Biology degree. This means I have taken multitudes of Science courses in Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Zoology, Microbiology, Cell Biology, Anatomy, Developmental Biology, Physics, Psychology and various courses in Mathematics and Logic, to quantify what I have learned in the sciences. I have loved every second of these subjects and the one constant has been to learn that there is so much left to learn.
While I tend to be rather verbose, I am also an admirer of succinct elegance. I thought your definitions of fact, scientific law, scientific hypothesis and finally scientific theory were just that: sufficient and simple.
I was a regular participant in regional science fairs and loved the using the scientific process to research, hypothesize, test and evaluate my results into a conclusion. If only real life were so simple.
However, as I have grown, I find it very difficult to look at the world through the eyes of science alone and feel that some of those things that we can't understand (and even some that we feel we do understand) through science be explored through philosophy, literature, art and music. We are not just thinking creatures but one that feel as well. I am interested to know how you approach discussions and thought that seek to acquire more than mere facts, but also knowledge.