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seneca Post time: 2017-2-14 11:21
"Science can never be developed the rebellious way."
And they fed opium into another country and prohibited other people, definitely humans too, in their own country (a colonised country) from touching an inch of their own forest for agrarian purposes by outlawing just that without compensating measures. That's your kind of rebellion for worship? You must have a serious brain damage.
I think you've better get back to your English school. I think its more peaceful to ride on discovery, invention, innovation, just to name some English terms for scientific progress. of course for those who haven't progressed the right way, its possible they have never come across these words during their live time. In experiment, when one fails before succeeding, that's finding out the ways or methods which we shouldn't use, can drop or ought to avoid as we try over and over again, this is called persistent, if you don't really know, until the solution is discovered. Its totally different from rebellion.
Rebellion can happen like this. A parent told a kid to be careful when riding his bicycle, to look out for cars and to pay good attention to each junction that he comes to but the kid simply refused and rebelled riding dangerously fast. Of course if the kid is lucky nothing happens but a slight error may cost him his life. This is rebellion. Of course if you want to paint it as ignorant or disobedient, it is fine with me, but inside these two descriptions the condition of rebellion exist to some extent. Science can never be developed in this way - it can easily cause for example dangerous explosion or any other undesired damages. Of course if you have never ever been into a lab before, you wouldn't understand what strict instructions are meant for.