Right questions push you in the right direction to find the right answers.
Skepticism leading to inaction is ignorance.
Skepticism leading to action is science.
All science begins with an educated guess no matter how brilliant or absurd.
If you are looking for the right answers,start asking the right questions.
Science or religion? Which is better? I guess there’s nothing right or wrong with both of them.
Science is a way to know about our world objectively and religion is a way to know about our world subjectively.
When we use objective measures we can’t build a world of our own liking.We have a set rules to follow in which we have got to build our world.But for the best,it is the world of reality (hoping we don’t already live in a simulation).
As for religion,it is a subjective view of reality.If it were objective we would not have so many religions but only one.But for the best,in religion, we create whatever we would like our world to be like.Keeping up our faith in god and ritual to find the best way to live.
Sure living in science is the real way to survive but the hope and faith religion gives us also helps us live.There’s nothing wrong with them as long they don’t interfere with the workings of each other.Because in the end we have the right to choose which world we would like to be part of and if both then how much of both.
Science is a study where you can make the most absurd and fictitious claims,and still turn out to right.
Arguing with non-scientific people based on scientific findings is extremely futile and exhausting.
All you can do is wait for them to realize stuff on their own.
Some people don’t want to attain knowledge because it is so beautiful.They just want it to make their life easier.
Some problems are unsolvable,or at the very least,they do not have one definite solution.But in the pursuit of solving such issues,we sometimes end up solving some unanswered questions we did not intend to solve.I guess there is always a bright side no matter the scale.
Opposite of science is common sense.Nothing harms the essence of systematic study more than belief in untested claims.