Zeno's Paradox
While critical thinking may not make up for a lack of knowledge, it is essential for gaining knowledge.
Saturday, April 09, 2005:  
Science:
Life lessons
What is the one thing everyone should learn about science?
Lots of good quotes here. With all the ignorance and fear of science that exists today, I'm first concerned with teaching people that science can be done by anyone and can benefit everyone. The authors of the article are problably thinking along the same lines if the first quote is any indication:
You do not have to be a scientist to do science; you can be a child, a computer, or an intelligent rat. As long as you can verify a result, it is part of science.

    -  Ron  7:04 PM

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