Science = Truth
Science DOES NOT = Truth
There is a difference between truth or scientific truth for that matter and absolute truth.
Truth is not black and white, it's a scale. Science helps us move closer to the truth end of the scale
for all intents and purposes... its only a tool to reach the truth. we may never know the truth, as our minds may not be any more capable of understanding it than a 2 dimensional creature can understand "depth"
If it's been scientifically proven, then yes.
Science creates theories that remain so until proven, then they can be taken as true. If new evidence comes to light they will return to being theory but this does not happen often as the burden of proof for an absolute truth is high.
It offers the best measurement of "truth" we have in our possession, but it doesn't mean we're close to the "Answer to The Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything".
"The intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behaviour of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment"; does not necessarily equal truth. The activity does equal to observation or experimentation, though. Observation and experimentation alone does not necessarily constitute truth because there are actions or activities that can be observed and experimented on that reveal inconclusive results, which means that there may be quite a number of questions that cannot be answered by science. Science, etymologically, pretty much comes from 'to know' - if we were to take this word, 'know' and look at what it means to know we would find that it is relatively agreed that for a person to know they must have true, justified belief (aside from in Gettier cases). This means that science seeks not just the truth, but justification of that truth and in some ways a little bit of faith in that justification of the truth. Because of this, science does not necessarily equal truth, if truth is only one component of what science aims to achieve.
Science can help find some "truth", but I think science is mainly more about understanding and development. And the purpose of science is not to discover "truth". Then, of course, there's "truth" that science doesn't even bother trying to discover (IE historical truth).
Science is the method for attempting to find truth through systematic experimentation and empirical probability.
No thats why Scientist Practice, just like doctors they practice their profession because it can change.
It only can help us reach closure to truth. Science is always changing.
No. Science is the process and the study by which you find out the truth.
Science is based off of human observation, as such is heavily prone to human error.
Here is my elaborate answer: no.
"Science" used to be that the Earth was flat. While I believe it has more physical truth behind it than Creationism, it can never truly explain anything. It only gets you closer to omniscience, never there.
No. Science is the logical pursuit of truth.
many things are possible that aren't compatible with science. logic is best way to obtain truth.
Science is the observation of physical phenomena and the subsequent theorizing about the phenomena, but statements of 'truth' are not made. This never leads to truth, even if the observable universe is all that you believe exists.
I would argue that science is more of a pursuit of the truth. Science is NOT the truth, but I would say that there is absolutely no better way to find the truth than through science.
Science is a method used to discover the truth, not the truth itself.
No science is the observation of nature, and therefore it is fact, that is gradually replaced as more and more is learned by scientists
This is important, so I'm only going to say it once. Science isn't truth. Science strives to find the truth. Most of the time, it succeeds in making important discoveries about the universe. However, it can be wrong sometimes. This is the important part. Some people use the knowledge that science can be wrong as an argument against science as a whole. This is the worst thing that can be done. I see it a lot in the radicalized climate change denier group and other similar fringe groups that have slowly become more and more hysterical over the years (not against the groups' ideas, rather their methods). It is our responsibility as modern citizens to learn and, most importantly, understand science so that our society can continue to progress.
Science is not always right and scientists are always saying something new
Science is a method used to estimate truth to great certainty; it is not truth itself.
Science can tell us a lot of truths. We know that 2+2=4, that the earth orbits around the sun, and that gravity makes things fall when we drop them: all because of science. However, there are a great deal of things that can't be explained by science. We have no idea what existed before the Big Bang, how dark matter works, what happens if you fall into a black hole, or even if there exists a God or not. It is therefore completely possible that supernatural phenomenons exist that could provide us with truth if we had access to it, that science could never explain. We must also understand that all science is based on the idea that we don't know the definitive truth. Nothing is so certain that it can't be questioned. We can for this reason not assume that science would provide all the truth, nor always be truthful.
i dont want to come off as an idiot, but science strives for the most accurate conclusion, though it is also must infer a lot though the is mounds of evidence for things like evolution, the evidence for theories like the many worlds interpretation or the size of the universe have little evidence and in current year can not be successfully studied
Science itself, When properly practiced, Discovers truth. Corrupt and biased scientists are another matter entirely.