xBlackHeartx wrote:Scienstists LIE. You want an example? I was reading a page on physics, written by an actual physist, and he revealed something that shocked me: The planetary model of the atom, had actually been discredited in the mid 80s.
It's not "wrong" and it wasn't discredited. It's just less precise than the subsequent models.
It's the way science works. Science doesn't know anything with the 100% accuracy, and never claims that it does. What science does is it suggests a model that attempts to describe the known reality and observations. When new observations are obtained, this model may not work for them, and a more precise model is required, and so on and so on.
An easy example. If a train moves with the speed 30km/h, and you walk inside the train towards its front with the speed 1km/h, the Newtonian model suggests that your total speed (the speed relative to the ground) is 31km/h. However the newer Einsteinian model tells us that it is slightly less: 30.99999914km/h (the formula is here http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hb ... nvel2.html).
Does it mean that the Newtonian model is "wrong"? Of course no. It is still useful for all everyday purposes when we deal with speeds much lower than the speed of light.