Opening the window between science and myth enables fresh air to freely circulate, and alternative light to be freely exchanged.

The fresh air jolts us to be less sure of what we thought we knew. The alternative light prompts us to be more sure of our need to seek what we don’t know.

The chain of evidence both circumstantial and physical can only reconstruct the crime scene and place the suspects there. But there is no definitive way to solve the crime itself.

Myths don’t have closure. Science only turns a myth into mystery with possible closure. But that possible closure is only available to an explorer.