"Beliefs should conform to one's best scientific understanding of the world. One should take care never to distort scientific facts to fit one's beliefs."
Do you see a difference between science and those who practice science? I do not. The difference is generally where you find the money, and what the government wants. The good thing is science can never lie.
About first phrase: No. Science can be mistaken just like beliefs. The only significant differences are: 1) Science tries to question itself at least a bit 2) Science is based on thinking of many people about the same issues 3) Science tries to have a formal system that is common for all practitioners, i. e. a system that systematizes thinking of all these people it is based on. Nevertheless it's human doing and hence it'd be very ignorant - while being me - to accept that it as always having more knowledge of truth than everything else. To the seconf comment: Yes, I see huge difference. Science is an ideal concept to me whereas people who practice science are not save from failure and misconception.
So use science against science? Brilliant. I cannot say otherwise.
No trust what there saying but do your own research or the math yourself even the greats make mistakes
When scientists talk to regular people in the public the dumb it down and use analogys that well help can also be misleading so you need to make sure what you think they mean and what they actually mean are the same thing
And how can you ever understand them with your own research when they have dedicated their lives?
You dont need to understand everything just the tiny piece there discussing
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A question cannot have a premise. Why does this keep happening on this site? People think questions are statements... wtfPremise: a previous statement or proposition from which another is inferred or follows as a conclusion.A question is incapable of doing such. So... Your premise is wrong actually lolHowever,All morality is in science, so you should absolutely at the very least use science to guide you morally too.
A question can have a hidden statement if there is an assumption in it. In this case, it assumes that scientists, engineers, biologists or physicists are trustworthy morally as professionally.
This question does not have a hidden statement in it anywhere, it is as straight forward as a question can get.
Of course. Well stated.
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