Identify the incorrect statement about the nature of science.
(a) Speculation and conjecture also have a place in science, but ultimately a scientific theory, to be acceptable, must be verified by relevant observations and/or experiments
(b) Science is considered as value natural and objective, and the laws of science are viewed as fixed.
(c) The methodology of science and its demarcation from other fields continue to be a matter of philosophical debate.
(d) Even the most established and universal laws of science are always regarded as provisional, subject to modification in the light of new observation, experiments and analyses.