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Science as a whole is a systematic way of rational and empirical discovery of reality, focused on the reliability of results and often also on the possibilities of application and prediction (applied sciences). The subject of scientific knowledge can be abstract structures and relationships, objects and processes of inanimate and lively nature or of human society, culture and thought.

Science is often understood as a single science, usually characterized by its method and object (the area of ​​investigation).

The word science is derived from the word to know and from the word see referring to observation.

Science is sophisticated and general empirical and intellectual knowledge, based on observation, reflection or experimentation.

Science is a system of methodologically grounded, objective sentences about a particular subject area. The subject area is all that can be grasped either directly or by means of instrumental aids.

The subject of study of various sciences can be for example:

pure quantitative and spatial relationships (eg mathematics, geometry)

living and inanimate nature (empirical or natural sciences)

man (anthropology, humanities, spiritual sciences)

phenomena of social life (historical science, philology, sociology, political science, etc.)

Each science develops its methods for research in the subject area or takes it from other sciences. Methodology of science fundamentally includes:

definition of assumptions or axioms

creating hypotheses and theories

determining the degree of certainty or probability attributed to these statements

If the results, or the methods of one science, are applied by the second science, we refer to them as auxiliary sciences. The basic methods of science are scientific observation, analysis, synthesis, logic induction, deduction, description and comparison.


Domino presents a whole family of games that share a game material - a set of dominoes. Dominic stones (dice) are wearing a combination of two numbers or other symbols and are distant relatives of cards (originating from Chinese dominoes).

The game was probably in Asia. In China, it was known as keat pai, ngapai, chiupai or timeai, hpaai or koi hpai in Korea, and known as tau-tom from Laos. Marco Polo was apparently brought to Europe by the end of the 13th century, and from there it spread throughout the world.

European domino

It is a set of rectangular stones (cubes) divided into half and marked in each half by a certain number of points, similar to the playing cube. Each pair of numbers occurs just once. The classic domino contains numbers from 0 to 6, so the total number of dice is 28. However, there are also variants with numbers from 0 to 9 (those are 55), 0 to 12 (those are 91) and 0 to 15 (those are 136). For games with this type of dominance, it is typical to place stones together so that the numbers on the touching halves are the same. The Europeans had the original Asian dominoes filled with stones without dots (empty fields, zeros).

Two or more players can play, exceptionally up to eight. The number of scattered stones at the beginning of each game varies, as well as the method of stoning or determining the winners. Both pairs and individuals can play.

Variants of the European dominance

Traditional domino
The players will give out 5-7 stones, the rest will remain in the pitch. The owner of the highest doubles 6-6 starts, then one player is cast by another player clockwise only on both sides of the row. Whoever has nothing to add, they take a stone from the talon. The one who first gets rid of all the stones wins the owner of the smallest number of stones when the game is blocked (nobody has anything to add). A player loses the stones with the most points (the dot on the stone is the point).

There are 3-8 stones according to the number of players (3-8), with the rest not playing. The owner of the smallest duplicate begins. Whom is the line, will put everything at once what it can do. The winner is a player without stones. Counting is the same as for traditional domination.

Blind domino
Suitable for 2 to 4 players. Distributed stones players must be hidden in a row on the table, and if there is a lot of them in the game, they may look and possibly place only a stone on the right. If it does not fit, it moves it to the left and may need to pick up the stone from the thalough.

Suitable for 2-4 players, giving away 5-6 stones. The owner of the smallest duplicate begins. Each double is two points. It is applied at both ends, and if you place a stone of the same value the chain has on the other end, it gets another 2 points. If a player does not have a stone, he can take one of the talons. There are two more points to close the game.

Five dominoes
Triple domino
Targeted domino

A 2-player game with a classic set of 28 stones. Each player receives 9 playing blocks, the rest stays in the talon. Rules of Attachment: Only a stone whose value of one field forms with the preceding stone is the stone to which the player has to put the number 7 together. If the player does not have such a stone, it is possible to place a stone, the two halves of which form a total of 7. Such stones are in game 3 and can be arbitrarily attached to any end of the broken pattern. These are the stones 6/1, 5/2 and 4/3 and we call them "matadors". Also, a stone with a 0/0 value can be used as a "matador," but it is better if the player keeps it as long as other matadors are enclosed, since it can be closed on either side of the game that has the last stone attached , whose free field value is 0. Wins a player who first gets rid of all of his playing blocks or the one with the remaining sum of stones. Matadores: 0/0, 6/1, 5/2, 4/3.

Oriental domino
It consists of thirty-two cubes. At first sight, it is very similar to the European variant. There is also a number of dots on each half of the dice, one to six. Cubes are divided into two so-called rows; civilian - it is composed of eleven pairs of cubes and military - composed of ten different cubes, which are pairs according to the number of points (except for the commanders). Games with this set are mostly based on good memory and counting.

Other dominoes
Modern games inspired by the classic dominate.

Domino dice
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