Given the following assumptions:
1) When Wittgenstein speaks about meaningful propositions he does refer to propositions of natural sciences.
2) About the problem of the perfection of language, he believes that at least a part of ordinary language is already perfectly ordered, as well as propositions of logic, if we refer to that part which has been purified from methaphisical assumptions and other nonsensical propositions.
I want to ask->
Are propositions of natural sciences to be considered propositions of natural language?