There is so much we take for granted. In one view, those who think science can or will be able to explain everything I think have that as a problem, that there is so much that we take as just given, that if we were to ponder such things, would perceive the mystery within them. And when in science you ever put forth that something is a coincidence, that is the same as it throwing up their hands and calling it magic. What if, it is not just the case that science does not explain everything, but that it is in the nature of creation that there will always be levels, be depths, that science will never be able to fully plumb? Not that science is without use; in fact, this means science will always be of use. But more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy… that sort of thing.

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