posted on Oct, 15 2017 @ 08:01 PM
a reply to: the2ofusr1
As we both know, not all Science is good Science. Also, not even all Good Science produces accurate Conclusions. It's simply our best known method
of getting accurate, repeatable, objective information about the world around us. But sometimes mistakes are made or bias may influence the thinking
to some degree or any number of things. But for the most part it removes the known problems which need to be avoided to get accurate information.
It works really good too. It's cleared away so much bad knowledge that we held as true and made clear what were the reliable things that were
consistent, practical, universally true, etc. But it's going to have it's limits too since not everything about existence is explained in physical
models or universal standards like that. But you can apply the scientific methods in many other ways too even in those areas sometimes.
But one thing it has helped in, is allowing us to reliably test certain ideas and areas of our understanding of things for their accuracy and which
weren't accurate. Basically to know which ideas were true and which were not. That doesn't mean it's the only possible way to understand stuff or