Up@dawn 2.0

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

A professor friend of mine, who's Masters is in Evolutionary Biology (he's also a Christian), posted this, and I thought it appropriate. Far too often, I've met people who seem to think that science is this sort of magical thing, where if you experiment with an object a certain way, the object will magically tell you all of the information of its origins, functions, etc. Science is far, far, FAR less certain than that.

1 comment:

  1. Yes. Science spurns certainty entirely, at least since Descartes. Progress is predicated entirely on error and correction.