Why Is Science Unreasonably Effective?

Do any of the skeptics of skepticism think there is an alternative to science in medicine or engineering?

When confronted with unexplained mysteries, is incredulity a better stance than parsimony?

Is the invisible hand that constructs complex systems Adam Smith’s, or the hand of a deity?

Is nature regular or subject to caprice?

52 Replies to “Why Is Science Unreasonably Effective?”

  1. Frankie Frankie
    Ignored
    says:

    Patrick: How very authoritarian of you.

    Yes, only evolutionists have authoritarian powers! They get to proudly baldly assert what real scientists would say requires testing

  2. Mung Mung
    Ignored
    says:

    Patrick is fine with authoritarianism, as long is it’s the libertarians doing it.

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