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True, no clue yet. But still the best explanation, or at least it's a good start. At least it's not claimed as a certainty, with blind faith, right? That's an important distinction from just believing in a religion because of what the people around you believe.
We think we've really found the Higgs Boson now, but it's still not a certainty. Science works because it admits it doesn't know everything, so it just keeps learning more and more... what's the choice, right? Just believe in something because it sometimes feels good? (No, wait, because the people around you say they feel good about it, and just ignore the rest of the world.)
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When you drink water, how is it distributed around the body?
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