Why is science so undependable?
- MegumiLv 64 weeks ago
It is not undependable. It is by far our best method of finding facts. Who claims it is undependable?
- TomLv 72 months ago
What do you expect? 100%? ALL methods fall short. Science is more dependable than Phylosophy and religion ---THATS why we depend on it instead.----we have NO 100% dependability on ANYTHING because we do NOT KNOW everything---so we go with what is best.
- CharlotteLv 42 months ago
It's limited by our measuring apparatuses and by our own senses.
- The_Doc_ManLv 72 months ago
As compared to what?
Religion? On the simplest of predictions, religion gets it wrong. If I had a dollar for every "end of the world" prediction I've ever heard, I'd be wealthy.
Science isn't really undependable. It is that the people who claim to be scientists aer human and therefore fallible. Science, observed properly and managed carefully, will be quite dependable.
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- MARKLv 72 months ago
Your question is far too vague to be answered. I would suggest you ask the question again and be more precise in what you are asking. Also use words that are found in the dictionary.
- 2 months ago
When you're trying to discover new things, you're going to have trial and error. This is quite literally the scientific method.
- Lord BaconLv 72 months ago
Please give examples.
Science is the name we give to the proven techniques of mathematics and measurement by which we establish the nature of EVERYTHING we know to be real. The conclusions drawn from the use of science can never be better than the available evidence allows or the mathematical techniques reveal. No one knows everything. We are still discovering evidence about many aspect of life and the universe.
Science is the only dependable thing we have. The conclusions drawn by its use evolve over time as the evidence and mathematical techniques become available.
If you can show where science is undependable, perhaps we can consider why that might be. Just making a claim with no supporting examples gets us no further forward.
- ?Lv 72 months ago
It isnt. People literally depend on science every day, sometimes in life or death situations
- Dj2541Lv 72 months ago
I think you need to look around you?? you are on a computer asking a question that will be answered by people from all over the world and you think that the basic scientific construct of science is undependable??
Hi from Australia.
- pmt853Lv 72 months ago
In what way do you consider it undependable and what does this have to do with golf?