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(reminder: all quotes here are fiddled, probably.)

Science doesn't teach anything


When someone says, `Science teaches such and such', he is using the word incorrectly. Science doesn't teach anything; experience teaches it.

It should not be `science has shown' but `this experiment, this effect, has shown'. And you have as much right as anyone else, upon hearing about the experiments - but be patient and listen to all the evidence - to judge whether a sensible conclusion has been arrived at.

(Richard Feynman: What is science?)

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