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There are some questions that science will likely never be able to answer. I am very science minded and I do believe that there is an explanation for everything, but I'm not sure we as humans will ever reach that level of understanding. We are certainly not there yet, nor are we anywhere near it.
Only if one could prove that all science thru the ages is correct. But much like a pyramid, one tiny error carries through weakening the entire structure. So I would say science can be a very important tool but not infallible.
Hopefully, or we'll never hear the end of it from the religious communities.
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No. Not ALL of our questions. Many questions go unanswered. Hopefully, through time we get somemore light on the subjects. But there may be some things we will never know.
The job of science is not to solve problems. Science is the process of generating a theory and constantly testing that theory through experimentation and the gathering of evidence. Engineers, on the other hand, have the task of solving problems using the science that is currently available.
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