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Aristotle our leader in pioneering truth says in his analytics that pure science must be unshakable Before we delineate what science means and how to find it we need to explore these rules Aristotle bestows We deal with purity in science We can see varying levels of truth within science and the universe It seems there may be pure science and subsequent science We have more interest in absolute science because we need to know the unmitigated truth about our universe Second the word unshakable implies that questions or confusion cant weaken sciences truth It also indicates a tautology within pure science Pure science or truth may never loose decidedness things that experience absolute resolution may be truth thus pure science Ultimately we know we must abandon any form of reality shrouded by anything that fluctuates in order to find science because truth remains constant and therefore must follow reasonScience explains our universe in its perpetual laws Aristotle has shown us the impotence of the gods If they exist they cannot govern themselves They display themselves to be fickle capricious and fallible Apollo must not be in control of the suns motion because that could mean one day it may not rise We know the sun will rise and set because the universe never changes Its laws will never be subject to Zeus or Heras pettiness Gods prove themselves to be poor representations of the truth because they change Hades lets Persephone free during certain parts of the year because he sees reason If you adhere to the gods for truth you will find reality to be subjective and interpretive A storm at sea a bolt of lightning or shorter days would be physical expressions of a gods emotions The gods also lack true inflexibility so they prove themselves to be shakable As we know from our teacher this cannot be the case Science and truth must be unshakable so its laws must never change
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