> 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.
The most valuable, profound scientific threories are the ones that create 1000 times as many new questions as answers. A great scientist is one who cherishes that ignorance, and faces it head on instead of hiding it or running from it.
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