# Difference between revisions of "Exact sciences"

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## Revision as of 16:24, 22 March 2009

The **exact sciences** actually measure what they study, as opposed to the "fuzzy subjects" which mostly engage in uninformed speculation. Evolution is a "fuzzy subject" subject because it cannot be witnessed, but rather is based on secular guesses using existing evidence. Needless to say, exact sciences are far more accurate than fuzzy subjects.

## Topics

- mathematics (excepting non-constructive mathematics, like proof by contradiction)
^{[1]} - astronomy
- physics (excepting relativity)
- chemistry
- volcanology
- seismology
- creation science
- baraminology

## Fuzzy subjects

- evolution
- paleontology
- linguistics
- psychology
- meteorology (especially global warming)
- astronomy (especially black holes, the Big Bang theory)