I've been thinking about the concept of clarity as it applies to science. A white object is most clearly seen with a black background or context. So how does that principle apply to science? In other words, with what context should we view science so we can see it most clearly? Theoretically, going by the white-black principle, science should be seen in the context most opposite from it, so it can be seen the most clearly. I'm sure there are many answers to this question.