Sunday, December 25, 2005
The Beauty of Science
The beauty of science is that it does not belong to any one person or group. Anyone can participate in the process.
’s theory concerning evolution doesn’t “belong” to him. Indeed, he gave us a direction to explore, a direction that had not been explored before, and since him many, many pioneers have journeyed into new territories of knowledge. Those who remain stuck on criticizing evolution by statements made by Darwin or his contemporaries deny themselves the true beauty and power of science. Instead of tearing apart the past you should focus on furthering our understanding by adding new knowledge. Together we can move forward, learning more, and enriching humanity at large with new knowledge.