“Science is organized knowledge.” “Science is the systematic classification of experience.” “Science is developed perception and interpreted intent.” “Science is the literature of truth.” “Science is the desire to know causes.” And many more, more and more, and more! World intellectuals gave a torrent of definitions, opinions and viewpoints about the primal nature of science, especially when physics was ruling the planet. However, these are all the feelings of those who got converted to, convinced about and married to the nature of physics/science. What about those foremost lots of enthusiastic and impatient students with their essential intelligent ignorance, who still need to know the gates of such territories of physical science? What history showed us in this regards is proven insufficient, and this resulted in the unlimited and abysmal contemporary pedagogical researches solely to give our students a straight forward entry pass. This book is a small endeavor belonging to the same purpose. The authors stand on the shoulders of the giants and design this small part of the art of science teaching.