Science Always Uncertain

Source Name: 
The Limits of Science (p. 41)
Source Author: 
P. B. Medawar

The methods and conclusions of science are never certain. "Charles Sanders Peirce, who was the principal American philosopher of mind, wrote: ‘the conclusions of science make no pretense to being more than probable,’ and John Venn said: ‘no ultimate objective certainty is attainable by any exercise of the human reason;’ and Immanuel Kant: ‘Hypotheses always remain hypotheses, that is, suppositions to the complete certainty of which we can never attain.’ "


Daily Proverb

Proverbs 9:18

But he knoweth not that the dead are there; and that her guests are in the depths of hell.