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outcome will yield the same hypothesis true or false. Scientific realism is pragmatisms opposite. It is the nature and the reality of the world when not perceived through our biased senses. Scientific realism is jeopardized though by our under-determination of theory from observational evidence. By trusting the quine-duhem theory, basing our judgment upon simplicity and consistency, scientists may lose sight of reality and may deny the facts of nature to preserve their own fecundity.