Wednesday, April 22, 2009
"Science laws universal" poll
Do you consider the scientific facts we have established are "truly" universal? For example: f=ma is true within our observable area...and at the far, unobservable ends of the universe.
I am somewhat "undecided" on this. Our knowledge is basically based on observation and prediction. But it may be somewhat far fetched to extrapolate what we know to the whole universe. What may be true here fails a zillion light years away. We just don't know and express a lot of faith in the physics we know.