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“The organization of an artificial selection is only a matter of time. It can, in a few centuries, renew all of humanity and transform the mass into an even better mass”, as declared “a distinguished authority in human sociology” in a news 1921 Science Service. Another eugenicist stated that “eugenic science” should be applied to “shed the light of reason on the primitive reproductive instinct,” to prohibit “dysgenic marriages” such as bigamy and incest.
When the Science Service (now the Society for Science) began its mission, astronomers were unaware of the extent of the universe. No biologist knew what DNA did or how brain chemistry controlled behavior.
Geologists noted that Earth's continents looked like separate puzzle pieces, but declared it a coincidence. Modern scientists know best. Scientists now understand much more about the interior of the atom, the molecules of life.
The complexities of the brain, the interior of the Earth, and the details of the expansion of the universe. Yet somehow scientists still pursue the same questions, albeit now at a higher level of theoretical abstraction, rooted in deeper layers of empirical evidence.
We know how the molecules of life work, but not always how they react to new diseases. We know how the brain works, except for people suffering from dementia or depression (or when awareness is part of the issue).
We know a lot about how the Earth works, but it is not always enough to predict how humans will respond to what is happening. We think we know a lot about the universe, but we are not sure that ours is the only one, and we cannot explain why gravity. The dominant force in the universe, coexists with the forces that control atoms.
How is possible?
It turns out that the unprecedented experimental discoveries, revolutionary theoretical revelations, and prophetic speculations of the last century have not ended science’s familiarity with false starts, unfortunate missteps, and myopic prejudices.
Researchers today have expanded the realm of reality that they can explore, stumbling through the as yet unknown wilderness of the facts and laws of nature, and to learn more about how the world works.
To explain the joke of an old philosophy, today’s science is more than it used to be. In other words, science remains as challenging as ever for human research. And the need to communicate your progress, as understood by Scripps and Ritter a century ago, is as essential now as it was then.