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Some of the most profound statements on the nature of science have come from Albert Einstein, one of the greatest scientists of all time. What do you think Einsteine meant when he said: "The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is comprehensible"?


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Since this is in Homework help, the real question is: What do you think he meant?
That question I am asked.
That question I am asked.
And we are asking you right back. We don't give answers to homework problems, we give help. For us to give any help here, YOU have to first say what you think it means and why you think that.
It is the question I have seen in the text book at 11 the standard level.

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