Science can, in principle, answer moral questions even if it cannot do so in practice now. ... The science that will answer these questions will be the rapidly advancing fields of brain, cognitive and, ultimately, consciousness studies. 3. The criterion on which these questions will be answered is "human wellbeing."
I don't think so : because science depends on what we can prove it's existence by experiences . But the moral things are far away from scienceCan science answer moral questions?
Sciens is always watching and listening. It can do anything at anytimeWhat is science?