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I will argue here that science
can most definitely help us
make better choices—but
only within a particular
narrow sense of “better
choices” used in cognitive science.  Whether science
aids us in a broader sense of
the term “better choices” is
much less certain.


**psalmst**
Chris Head Mod.
This is true. With the help of science, we can obtain details of objects for example.. or diseases, organisms, food items e.t.c Without science, an overweight person would keep eating the same food that makes him overweight out of ignorance... but with science, we can make better choices of what we need to eat and what we do not need. If we know what we are dealing with, we can better decide if it is good or not.
Chris:
This is true. With the help of science, we can obtain details of objects for example.. or diseases, organisms, food items e.t.c......

  Chris, i agree with you.
ya@chris cos if not for science life would have been more miserable than it is now.
**psalmst**
Ya science can help us make better choice, u no ignorance is a diseases so with the aim of science wil can make a better choice  for example u take drops without doctor precribtion in everyday life we need science.
;-)
science really helps but we people should be sensible to it
Some drugs may as well have side effects. Nowadays, natural fishes are scarce but people feed on those from artificial ponds. That is why there are a lot of diseases today. We can't expect to live absolutely heathier than our predecessors
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