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Marcus Chown was a radio astronomer at Caltech and is now a writer and broadcaster. If you thought that science was certain well, that is just an error on your part. In this age of specialization men who thoroughly know one field are often incompetent to discuss another.
The old problems, such as the relation of science and religion, are still with us, and I believe present as difficult dilemmas as ever, but they are not often publicly discussed because of the limitations of specialization. Feynman , , Is no one inspired by our present picture of the universe? This value of science remains unsung by singers: you are reduced to hearing not a song or poem, but an evening lecture about it.
This is not yet a scientific age. Perhaps one of the reasons for this silence is that you have to know how to read music.
It means the atoms that are in the brain are being replaced: the ones that were there before have gone away. So what is this mind of ours: what are these atoms with consciousness? To note that the thing I call my individuality is only a pattern or dance, that is what it means when one discovers how long it takes for the atoms of the brain to be replaced by other atoms. One of the greatest experimental scientists of the time who was really doing something, William Harvey, said that what Bacon said science was, was the science that a lord-chancellor would do.
He [Bacon] spoke of making observations, but omitted the vital factor of judgment about what to observe and what to pay attention to. One of the ways of stopping science would be only to do experiments in the region where you know the law. In other words we are trying to prove ourselves wrong as quickly as possible, because only in that way can we find progress.
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Philosophers have said that if the same circumstances don't always produce the same results, predictions are impossible and science will collapse. We cannot predict whether a given photon will arrive at A or B. All we can predict is that out of photons that come down, an average of 4 will be reflected by the front surface. Does this mean that physics, a science of great exactitude, has been reduced to calculating only the probability of an event, and not predicting exactly what will happen?
That's a retreat, but that's the way it is: Nature permits us to calculate only probabilities. Yet science has not collapsed. Philosophers say a great deal about what is absolutely necessary for science, and it is always, so far as one can see, rather naive, and probably wrong. Philosophy of Science is about as much use to scientists as ornithology is to birds.