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"Science is meant to be an objective way to find out the truth of our universe. It, in the purer sense is a process and it is a systematic way of inquiring about the world, thinking and testing your own beliefs against what the universe tends to show us. It helps us address our cognitive and emotional biases and our own intellectual shortcomings. It often requires external apparatuses that extend our senses while also removing the subjective nature of our experience. Even in this sense, science is limited, it can only answer a narrow range of questions at any given time. It requires a piecemeal approach to understanding larger truths. Furthermore, and more fundamentally, it approximates the truth, and never allows us to fully know the truth of something. This is due to the nature of the scientific approach, how we think about math and statistics, and the limits of our ability to probe the universe." BRAD DIETER

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