Essay:Bias of Science

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Science has an inherent bias towards what is quantifiable and repeatable. The assertion in physics, for example, that there are only four fundamental forces in nature, is incomplete because it is limited to that which is quantifiable and repeatable. Physics fully recognizes the truth of the Second Law of Thermodynamics, despite its lack of any connection to any of the four fundamental forces of nature.