Moral statements are often thought of as having nothing to do with science. As such, they have always been thought of as having something to do only with religion, customs and rules of the society. How true or realistic are these claims? Is there any way in which moral statements or utterances can be reduced to pure scientific statements? For example, moral statements are traditionally thought to impart judgements about the world in virtue of what is wrong or right. If Moral statements are reducible to scientific statements, ought we then to argue that scientific statements are also judgements about the world in virtue of what is generally good or bad, or simply what is wrong or right? Or simply, can scientific truths be moral?