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Why does science matter?
Question Date: 2016-02-07
Answer 1:

Science makes our lives so much better. Without science, we wouldn't have electric lights or cars or airplanes or TVs or computers or lots of good medicine or good fresh fruits and vegetables, even in the middle of the winter. We can thank scientists for all those things and many, many more.

Answer 2:

Science is a method for learning about the world. Of all of the methods we have for learning about the world, science has the best history for getting the right answer.

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