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8 - Can the progress of science refute previous results?

Science never refutes previous results, but over time perfects the theories that represent the phenomena of nature.

Man has a model of existence, a representation, provided by the sensory organs and the brain, that has developed geometry, therefore called the science of representation. All the other sciences such as physics are based on the geometric model.

This representation of reality evolves thanks to all sciences, and is increasingly detailed and extensive.