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curiousity is important in the progress of science because

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toreewaller

The reason we know things is because somebody asked why. Isaac Newton discovered the existence of gravity because he was curious of why an apple falls to the ground. Most people wouldn't think any thing of it, but the sense of curiosity to know and understand why things works drives to new discoveries of our world.

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