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Confronting the Unknowable

What Science Can’t Tell Us.

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Science improves our understanding of the universe and everything in it, including ourselves. Slowly but surely, the scientific process reveals facts about the world we inhabit. In some instances, like a pandemic, we ignore science at our peril. An intelligent person always embraces science, allowing it to inform his or her worldview, no matter how unpalatable the facts…

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Walt McLaughlin

Walt McLaughlin

Philosopher of wildness, writing about the divine in nature, being human, and backcountry excursions.

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