"Science is a neat little box that we're trained to think inside of..."
How many times have you heard this one? Science is a neat little box, we're trained to think inside of it, and anytime something can't fit into that box science makes up an excuse.
This is wrong for several reasons: First, if anyone here knows what scientists actually do, it is obvious that the Scientific Method is the perfect compass for whenever you have to go outside that neat little box... which is quite a lot in the sciences. Staying in the box doesn't make you a scientist. In fact, I challenge anyone who's ever made this claim to define science. Scientists would never have their Eureeka moments if not for the walls of the box being fluid and meaningless.
“It is true that in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. It is equally true that in the land of the blind, the two-eyed man is an enemy of the state, the people, and domestic tranquility… and necessarily so. Someone has to rearrange the furniture.”