So I'm starting philosophy class tomorrow and I'm nervous. Anyway to get my boots wet I would like to ponder a question with you. As human beings there are two worldviews that we can subscribe to. The first states that our inferences can be used to draw facts from the universe. (This thinking has helped the fields of science, medicine, policing, etc.) The second suggests that our inferences cannot be used to draw conclusions from the universe because what lies beyond may be so drastically different.(This type of thinking has proved to be correct in some mathematics equations, it has also been shown to be effective in some scientific studies such as Schrodinger's cat, and even in some cases it has shown to be correct about serial killers.) So what do you guys think it is?