What types of questions can be answered through science and what questions are beyond the boundaries of science? Be specific and give examples to support your answer.
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Haha, yep. I'm working too, so sometimes I have to go. Science is about observing and making conclusions about what is observed.
So, if you can't observe it, you can't use science to explain it.
Does that make sense?
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the definition of 'science' is basically just building knowledge about how the world either a.) works or b.) is though to work.
So you can ask a scientist why the sky is blue, for example, but the answers to more abstract matters is outside the domain of science.