Why it is said that science is ever dynamic.  There is no final theory in science and no unquestioned authority among scientist..

Posted by Gourav Pandey (May 19, 2017 4:57 p.m.) (Question ID: 5380)

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  • Ans. The fact that we do not have a final theory in science is testament to our very limited understanding of the world around as well as within us. We do not have a complete sense of apprehension about most (if not all) of the various facets of science, like the following.

    • what causes life?
    • are we alone In space?
    • what is the final number of elements in our universe ?

      Many such questions plague the minds of scientists today and until all such queries are dealt with we will never have a full sense of everything. Now, even if we do happen to find the answers to everything then how do we now that there aren't any other questions left.

      In other words do we even completely know what lies phenomena lies uncovered for us to decipher its mechanism. It seems almost impossible to demystify all of them, let alone the unknown stuff.

      So, it might seem a bit pessimistic but it is almost certain that we will never have a final theory of science there are bound to be a few exceptions, but that is the fun of it all. The world would be a dull place without all its mysteries (for us to solve).
    Answered by Naveen Sharma (May 19, 2017 5:17 p.m.)
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