Learn, Unlearn, Relearn . . .
Many inventions and products have been discovered due to failed experiments that produced unintended results. Educators spend their careers teaching children that trying new things and failing is a part of the learning process. Learn. Unlearn. Relearn. The act of failing produces the most valuable lessons and solutions in life and in learning.
Any parent who has had a child enter a science fair knows the basic steps to the scientific method; to make an observation, ask a question, perform an experiment, analyze data and form a conclusion. They are familiar with the fundamental truth that learning involves the ability to learn, unlearn and relearn.
Scientists are our most reliable source of knowledge of the universe, including medicine and cures for diseases. Physicians, medical staff, and engineers take this very knowledge and put it to use helping mankind. The technology we use today would not exist if it weren’t for scientific discoveries. Science has molded and advanced human culture.
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