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Are 'Why' Questions, Scientifically Speaking, Silly?
"[Can] science answer a question like, 'What is the purpose of a mountain?' According to [Richard] Dawkins, this is a silly question that doesn't deserve an answer. But not everyone finds questions about the purpose of mountains so silly." NPR 10/29/12
Posted November 2, 2012 12:50 AM

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