because science says so...do a search on similar questions, its been answered before.
Science can only answer questions about the physical world.
Questions without any scientific support may not be answered by science. Hope this helped :3
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quatifiyable ones. any question which can be answered with a number. Hypothesis is something that we use science to back up.
Science can answer questions about our physical world.
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As a general rule, science answers questions about objective reality, and does not answer questions about subjective opinion.
This is not in the form of a question and thus cannot be answered.
Science can't answer some questions because science can only answer questions that can be proved, and some questions cannot be proved. A question like "Does God exist?" cannot be answered by science because it has not been proven that He exists yet. Science is all about answering questions that can be proved and known for a fact.
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Questions that ask about opinions can't be answered with science. As a teacher, I have students rephrase their question more specifically so that it can be answered by science. Their proposed answer to the question is their hypothesis. This is why science cannot demonstrate religion as a hoax, as much as atheists would like to believe it. Unfortunately for believers, science cannot demonstrate the truth of religion either. Religion is one of those regions beyond the pale of science.
To answer questions about the physical universe
scientists can only answer questions about the physical world *APEX*
Mostly because not all questions are meant to be answered! You cant know everything about anything.
you need more than half of the questions answered correct.
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No. Every answer discovered raises one or more new questions.
Philosophy revolves around hypothetical questions that cannot be answered through observation. Science revolves around theoretical questions that can and have to be proven through experimentation to be valid.
Generally, questions are answered pretty fast. If the question is more complicated (i.e. requires someone who majored in a specific field of science), then it may take a little longer to become answered.
No, it can't. The focus of science is exclusively on physical reality, whether observable or hypothetical. Only entities and phenomena which are perceptible to our senses can be studied by scientists. Now it should be noted that in addition to physical reality science also studies social reality or human behavior. There is natural science and social science. Nevertheless, social science still falls under the domain of the natural realm because its focus is on human beings who are themselves natural or physical entities. So science cannot answer all questions. The questions pertaining to spiritual entities, morality, or the purpose of human life cannot be answered by science.
Science and Scientists attempt to describe the universe we live in. Questions that Science can not answer include:Questions on BeliefsQuestions on OpinionsQuestions on FutureE.g.What is my favorite color?What is my dog thinking about?What are the lottery numbers for tomorrow?Who is the one true God?
Science questions are science questions.