Nowadays I see a distinct "line" dividing people working in Mathematics and the Physical Sciences. Why?
Why is pure mathematics important? More generally, why do some scientists deal with inaplicable notions?
Have there been instances in physics where different scientists have interpreted the same data differently?
Who is the philosopher Feynman cites as saying that existence of science requires the same conditions to produce the same results?
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