6 questions to which scientists have no answer

6 questions to which scientists have no answer (perhaps they will)

6 questions to which scientists have no answer, BUT science has progressed. Things that were 20 years ago in medicine and technology were completely unrealistic, they are now part of everyday life. However, there are still some issues that science can not answer.

For example, how life originated first, what happened before the Big Bang, how to explain the perception of the mind, and how to teach a computer to understand 100% of human speech.

We support interesting discussions. If you have your own ideas and like discoveries, we encourage you to leave a comment after reading the article.

1. How did life begin on Earth? (6 questions to which scientists have no answer)

6 questions to which scientists have no answer

There are many theories that try to answer that question, but even people with the same concept of life can not always agree. For example, people who support the idea of primordial soup (this is not about cooking, that’s the real term) think that Earth itself has formed complex molecules that have led to life.

But people who believe that this theory does not have the same opinion as to where the most important process has happened: in volcanic craters, under ice or in the ground? There are many opinions, but the answer does not seem clearer.

2. How does the placebo effect work? (6 questions to which scientists have no answer)

Placebo is something that has no apparent therapeutic effects (such as water). The phenomenon when people start feeling better after taking a pseudo-drug is called a placebo effect. There are several theories about how it works. Some people believe that human consciousness makes their own, because the patient believes that healing will help.

Others think even talking to a doctor is enough to feel better. Thirds say that placebo has no effect at all. In any case, placebo effect is a question we do not have a clear answer.

3. Scientist denounce – so is it possible that we do not know anything at the moment?

Every scientific knowledge is always sketching and changing rapidly. But that does not mean we do not know anything. This means that we are in the process of learning things, and some seemingly true theories can be discarded. This is normal because we come back to the fact that we do not know anything, but instead we learn something new. Let’s take another step towards a better understanding of the essence of things.

For example, flight by plane is the result of studying aerodynamic principles. In the past, people believed it was impossible. Will we ever know everything? Science has no answer to this question.

4. Are there human pheromones?

Can a person feel fear, bad will or a person from the opposite sex from a long distance? Many people can only recognize their relatives and friends just by smell. In addition to certain chemical signals, for example, the natural scent of the body or breath can cause a certain reaction in the person.

But even if there are human pheromones, it’s still not clear how our body decodes the chemical signal.

5. Many claim to have seen ghosts, but how can we explain it?

It is important to understand that all spiritual practices have a scientific explanation related to physiological processes. The paralysis of sleep is another phenomenon that science easily explains.

So, when you tell an expert about your experience of seeing the spirit, you should tell him how you felt during him. Only then will it be possible to explain this phenomenon. How old is the place, scary stories and other romantic and poetic information are completely useless. It’s all just a white noise that does not help.

6. What was before the Big Bang?

The only answer that science has at this moment is nothing, because there was no such thing as “before”. There was no time and no place.

The weakest part of this theory is to suggest that something was born out of nothing. But the word “nothing” does not mean a completely different thing for a physicist than for an ordinary person.

 

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