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Old October 19th, 2012 (02:05 AM).
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Quote originally posted by Miss Doronjo:
I do have a question for you all though:

Do you think science can tie into culture? Why or why not?

For a specific example... environmental science; can it tie into different forms of culture that deals with animals, and forests?
I don't see why not, I mean we're entering an era where science is beginning to dominate.
I'm sure that we can define the science communities as cultural because everything we do has some form of technology involved. We look back at ancient civilisations and say "Their culture was richly involved with deities" And future civilisations may travel back to Earth to scour the remains of our destroyed world and say "Their culture was richly involved in scientific discovery which unfortunately led to the destruction of their home"


Quote originally posted by Scarf:
The light and heat of the sun? The gravitational effects of the moon on the tides? The fact that as high as we go while still in the atmosphere we still don't touch the moon or sun?

Actually, isn't there some kind of mathematical way of showing how far something away is by measuring is simultaneously from two different points?
Yes, it's basic trigonometry.
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