The Reason Scientific Laws Are Referred to as Scientific Theories, the Jesuits Figuring Out the Julian Calendar Was Incorrect, and the Clever and Humorous Wordplay of Jesus Christ

WThe term “theory” placed behind large theories like gravity, evolution, and special relativity, doesn’t mean “theory” in the traditional sense. During the 20th century, Sir Isaac Newton’s Laws of Motion began to break down at it’s borders as physics progressed further and further to answer larger questions. Therefore a larger, more encapsulating law was required to explain certain phenomena (eg. the reason the sun has a corona of light bend around it during a total solar eclipse) which is why A...

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