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Are mythological stories a scientific explanationexplanations?

Are mythological stories a scientific explanationexplanations?

{It would seem so because Zeus, for example, was as early explanation of lightening.}

Or are they stories/rhetoric?

Or is story-telling or rhetoric identical to scientific explanation?

{It would seem so because the Big Bang theory, for example, is a story about the development of the universe.}

Are mythological stories a scientific explanation?

Are mythological stories a scientific explanation?

{It would seem so because Zeus, for example, was as early explanation of lightening.}

Or are they stories/rhetoric?

Or is story-telling or rhetoric identical to scientific explanation?

{It would seem so because the Big Bang theory, for example, is a story about the development of the universe.}

Are mythological stories scientific explanations?

Are mythological stories scientific explanations?

{It would seem so because Zeus, for example, was as early explanation of lightening.}

Or are they stories/rhetoric?

Or is story-telling or rhetoric identical to scientific explanation?

{It would seem so because the Big Bang theory, for example, is a story about the development of the universe.}

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Are mythological stories a scientific explanation?

Are mythological stories a scientific explanation?

{It would seem so because Zeus, for example, was as early explanation of lightening.}

Or are they stories/rhetoric?

Or is story-telling or rhetoric identical to scientific explanation?

{It would seem so because the Big Bang theory, for example, is a story about the development of the universe.}