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science today Today science is making advancements at astounding rates This new science gives us a lot of knowledge about the world we live in and about ourselves It also leads us to ask ourselves many questions Is everything that science teaches us good Should we believe everything that scientists tells us No I dont think that everything scientist say is true I do believe that most scientist mean well they hope that their work will benefit humankind I think that most science is good and even more is meant to be good Lets look at Einstein as an example Einstein was a thinker He had questions in his mind that he needed to answer He had no mal intentions when trying to answer his questions He just wanted to understand how the world worked He was a pacifist for a majority of his life Two of his ideas were light was a stream of small particles and not waves and the speed of light is constant His work was used to develop such things as the electric eye which lead to such things as television and movies He did not mean for his theories to become a threat to the world It did his work was also used in making nuclear weapons during World War II Einsteins work was unfortunately used for both good and bad Stephen Jay Goulds essay American Polgeny and Crainiometry Before Darwin shows us how scientists can be wrong at times and how science can be used for bad It also shows us that most scientists do not purposely use science for evil When Gould was examining Samuel George Mortons work he found that most of the work was a patchwork of fudging and finagling in the clear interest of controlling apriori convictions In other words Gould found that Morton twisted the facts to fit his beliefs Gould also realizes that Morton did so
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