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Is Science Totally Objective?
Science is objective.
The scientific method makes science (more) objective.
Science provides a rigorous and varied approach to testing its theories.
Science cannot be biased as it sits outside of politics and isn't open to the public.
Because the results of science are useful independent of any subjective matters, science has an objective usefulness.
Science is based on facts and facts cannot be biased.
Scientists are trained to make unbiased observations.
Because science arises from people (who can't be totally unbiased), it can be influenced by bias.
When processing data, human perceptions and bias is infused into science.
Science is based on assumptions. These cannot be proven or tested.
Because some sciences are mostly composed of white men there is a homogeny of cultural and gender based bias which can go internally unchecked.
Because scientists are subjected to certain industrial pressures (such as a constant need to publish)
it can affect their results.
Some scientific theories have clearly been biased such as Darwinian evolution which used to consider men as more evolutionarily important than women.
Is science political?
Is citizen science beneficial to science?
Does science justify atheism?