"As we acquire more knowledge, things do not become more comprehensible, but more complex and more mysterious."
There are some who argue that with the increase in knowledge things do not become more comprehensible, but more complex and more mysterious. There is some truth to the statement but the sentiments depicted are not necessarily correct. With the increase in knowledge the things do become more comprehensible and easy to human understanding, but at the same time many complexities are added with the information overload.
During the historical period when science was at its most rudimentary form, the knowledge of science illuminated many matters of daily life. Our ancestors started to acquire kn...
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Sentence: However, with the new comprehension comes new issues that clouds our knowledge of understanding.
Description: The word clouds is not usually used as a verb, present tense, 3rd person singular
Suggestion: Refer to clouds
Sentence: However, with the emergence of new technologies we realized that there is more to simplistic ways of studying the universe.
Description: The tag a qualifier, pre is not usually followed by to
Suggestion: Refer to more and to
Sentence: However, there is knowledge that adds complexities and mysteries because of the vast knowledge present out there.
Description: The fragment knowledge present out is rare
Suggestion: Possible agreement error: Replace present with verb, past tense
Sentence: The knowledge comes to us from the newspapers, televisions, movies, radio and even from the billiboards when we go for a drive or a walk.
Error: billiboards Suggestion: billboards
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