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The screen loads.

the people around him smiled and congratulated him.

He tries his best to look modest, but an awkward grin makes it’s way out.

He’s finally begun to figure it out. it’s been a long time coming.

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  1. The Information Age paradigm strongly asserts, aided by the revelations of chaos theory, that science has lost much of its predictive power and ability to falsify. Therefore, proponents of the paradigm shift encourage educators to emphasize science’s creative and discovery sides. They go on to say that the “chasm between science and art” is beginning to narrow and that “scientific truth, like artisitic truth is a matter of endless nuance.” Accordingly, science in particular and academics in general should strive towards creative ends as opposed to seeking to describe reality and define truth.


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