If there is anything scientific about sciforums, it must be at least because experiments are performed--bending what the word experiment might mean, whether you should be wearing a lab coat etc. One of these I think just happened in the thread--What is Truth--where I think that question was indeed answered in an, experimental, way. To me, the answer appeared to be something like, it's what happens when people try to discuss something they all think they know something about. The truth is, humans aren't very good at discussing what the truth is. Because it depends what you mean by "the truth", in the first place. So there is no truth without context (Truth 101). Yeah. To back up my claim, so-called void logic in which the logical state "True" is defined as a void with a bounded region. But that's logical truth, and it's kind of arbitrary; I mean, what does a question like "what is truth", really even mean? Is it wanting to know what early Greek philosophers were "looking for"? It's such a broad question, mostly because of its brevity, its lack of context; and that's a problem. And, shouldn't you know that if you ask "the question"?