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Science does not as yet have a full understanding of the universe However it is suggested that with increased technology and theoretical advance it may be only decades before this is achieved Do you agree this is possible What might be the consequences Science is at its heart a quest a quest whose goal is to create an understanding of the universe In effect science attempts to quantify reality It does this in many ways through experimentation and observation through theorizing and testing This quest has been undergoing since the birth of mankind and yet the further we go the further away the end of the quest seems to be Despite this it has been theorized that man will eventually understand the universe through science and its relentless quest for knowledge Not only has it been said that this is likely but it has been said that this understanding lies mere decades away from the present Is this possible not only mere decades from the present but is it possible at all to achieve an understanding of the universe In short no The extended answer however takes a little more time First to begin the answer to this question it is necessary to understand what is meant by understanding the universe First of all the word understanding according to Funk and Wagnalls standard desk dictionary Deluxe edition 1964 means the act of one who comes to know the meaning or import of who apprehends Well in the realm of science1 understanding the universe would probably entail the creation of a TOE Theory of Everything The TOE is to the theoretical physicist as the holy grail was to King Arthur it is the most desirable peak of achievement To the uninitiated a TOE is a theorem that explains literally everything from the motion of subatomic particles to the existence of black holes and the motion of galaxies The TOE would in effect explain the behaviour
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