Of course science doesn't have all the answers. Science continues to look for answers. If it
pretended to have all the answers, it would no longer have the honesty that I've come to love and
expect from it. The openness and truthfulness that allow science to keep on looking for answers
differentiates it from demogogy, religion, politics, and superstition. --J. R.
From: Max M <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> Date: Wednesday, August 26, 1998 3:03 AM Subject: Re: What makes science science?
>From: Anders Sandberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> Often I do this with people who doesn't quite believe that science holds
>>> the answers.
>>Does science hold all the answers? I think that depends on the set of
>Actually i forgot a smiley there. It should have read like this:
>"Often I do this with people who doesn't quite believe that science holds
> the answers. :-)"
>I too don't believe that science has all the answers. It was sort of an
>irony over the fact that there still is a lot of questions that science
>hasn't answered yet.
>Which is exactly the reason that makes it hard to convince the
>"non-believers" of it's validity.
>Max M Rasmussen
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