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Some people complain that we spend too much time solving scientific problems. It would be truer to say that we don't spend nearly enough. We can send astronauts into orbit and explore the moon, but we still do not know how to solve many problems, such as poverty, environmental pollution, disease, and crime -- not to mention the greatest scourge, war. We know more about the social life of bees than we do about the conditions required for a better social life for human beings.