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#3 - most teachers would just mark it wrong 03/14/2013 on True +3
#204 - mybe the qur'an contains the secret to warp speed 03/13/2013 on 2legit4me 0
#371 - **** playstation and xbox im just gonna keep upgrading my rig 03/13/2013 on The PS4 +3
#6 - due to certain constraints regarding the internet I cant tell …  [+] (11 new replies) 03/12/2013 on This week in science +19
#7 - meowthre (03/12/2013) [-]
So I'm either incurably stupid (apology acknowledged), or uneducated. My goodness, how did you manage to get that stick so far up your ass?

Our knowledge of Europa, along with the majority of other extraterrestrial bodies, is based on distant images (fly-by imagery via probe, in this case) and theories based on the limited knowledge that we have here on Earth.

The point being made is that theories can only take us so far. We have no samples, no hands-on examples, and really nothing to base what we know of Europa on other than an educated guess based on pictures. Stating theories as fact and minor connections as definitive proof is a major problem in the average person's interpretation of the scientific community's findings. Instead of saying that researchers -think- something or -believe- something based on their guesses, we state it as solid fact, spreading misinformation while slapping actual knowledge in the face.

The reason this week's theory is important is because we don't KNOW about salt water on Europa... Period. We do not know. We have simulations, tests, and educated guesses; that's it. Therefor, simply because one study done in the past says something MIGHT be true does not mean that it is, and further studies are warranted. Multiple different studies saying the same thing is true increase the chances of accuracy, but are still not %100 without a sample. Which we do not have.

Therefor, good sir, get yourself educated. Don't spout off theories like facts, don't let your brain assume you're of a greater intelligence than your peers because you have misunderstood the work of people who actually know what they're doing. Learn to think as an individual, learn to understand the difference between theory and fact, and learn to appropriately assess the purpose of new studies on old information. Until then, willfully ignorant individuals like yourself are the last thing the scientific community needs. People with your mentality do better in religion.
#149 - crazyolitis (03/12/2013) [-]
tl;dr
#129 - beerholder (03/12/2013) [-]
Unlike the colloquial understanding of the word theory, which means guess, in science a theory is a collection of proven, tested facts.

You don't understand how science works, yet still you believe you can argue. You, sir are an ignorant person, good day.
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#80 - hanakoikezawa (03/12/2013) [-]
Do you even know how far science has gone?
#78 - killerliquid (03/12/2013) [-]
I feel sorry for you....taking 4 lines too seriously...
#62 - ironlion (03/12/2013) [-]
#9 - foromil (03/12/2013) [-]
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#8 - EventHorizon (03/12/2013) [-]
^ Daddy issues...
#126 - anon (03/12/2013) [-]
^ Said the person with Rainbow Dash as their profile picture.
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#217 - ilovehitler (03/12/2013) [-]
Says the person with no account.
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#140 - EventHorizon (03/12/2013) [-]
fite me irl n00b
#8 - CF 03/12/2013 on Biggest Lie of my Childhood 0
#3 - we knew about salt water on Europa for a long time  [+] (13 new replies) 03/12/2013 on This week in science +19
#5 - meowthre (03/12/2013) [-]
Because, you know, we went there and stuff. . .
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#6 - toonlinktwentytwo (03/12/2013) [-]
due to certain constraints regarding the internet I cant tell if your being sarcastic or not
www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAGKpETmJVw
If you are not, well sorry.
if you are,well get educated
#7 - meowthre (03/12/2013) [-]
So I'm either incurably stupid (apology acknowledged), or uneducated. My goodness, how did you manage to get that stick so far up your ass?

Our knowledge of Europa, along with the majority of other extraterrestrial bodies, is based on distant images (fly-by imagery via probe, in this case) and theories based on the limited knowledge that we have here on Earth.

The point being made is that theories can only take us so far. We have no samples, no hands-on examples, and really nothing to base what we know of Europa on other than an educated guess based on pictures. Stating theories as fact and minor connections as definitive proof is a major problem in the average person's interpretation of the scientific community's findings. Instead of saying that researchers -think- something or -believe- something based on their guesses, we state it as solid fact, spreading misinformation while slapping actual knowledge in the face.

The reason this week's theory is important is because we don't KNOW about salt water on Europa... Period. We do not know. We have simulations, tests, and educated guesses; that's it. Therefor, simply because one study done in the past says something MIGHT be true does not mean that it is, and further studies are warranted. Multiple different studies saying the same thing is true increase the chances of accuracy, but are still not %100 without a sample. Which we do not have.

Therefor, good sir, get yourself educated. Don't spout off theories like facts, don't let your brain assume you're of a greater intelligence than your peers because you have misunderstood the work of people who actually know what they're doing. Learn to think as an individual, learn to understand the difference between theory and fact, and learn to appropriately assess the purpose of new studies on old information. Until then, willfully ignorant individuals like yourself are the last thing the scientific community needs. People with your mentality do better in religion.
#149 - crazyolitis (03/12/2013) [-]
tl;dr
#129 - beerholder (03/12/2013) [-]
Unlike the colloquial understanding of the word theory, which means guess, in science a theory is a collection of proven, tested facts.

You don't understand how science works, yet still you believe you can argue. You, sir are an ignorant person, good day.
User avatar
#80 - hanakoikezawa (03/12/2013) [-]
Do you even know how far science has gone?
#78 - killerliquid (03/12/2013) [-]
I feel sorry for you....taking 4 lines too seriously...
#62 - ironlion (03/12/2013) [-]
#9 - foromil (03/12/2013) [-]
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#8 - EventHorizon (03/12/2013) [-]
^ Daddy issues...
#126 - anon (03/12/2013) [-]
^ Said the person with Rainbow Dash as their profile picture.
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#217 - ilovehitler (03/12/2013) [-]
Says the person with no account.
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#140 - EventHorizon (03/12/2013) [-]
fite me irl n00b
#111 - sorry we'll talk to the president right now and he'll get on that 03/11/2013 on murkica? 0
#8 - INB4 duke nukem 3d 03/08/2013 on Deadpool game trailer... 0
#12 - guns don't kill people people with mustaches kill people  [+] (1 new reply) 03/08/2013 on Killing People -1
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#36 - superbigfupa (03/09/2013) [-]
Bro, do you even shift
#15 - I cant really say just why this makes me so angry but it just does 03/07/2013 on When Two Galaxies Collide +2