It is for all purposes incomprehensible not to make assumptions. We need to make assumptions to work consistently in life. We tend to expect that the world is still there when we wake up, school hasn’t simply stopped out of the blue, and we make these assumptions without thought, naturally. It is through a variety of common assumptions that we see society functioning. ‘Assumption’ is preconditioned ideas that you have about something. Assumptions are not absolute truths. These are non-contradictory statements admitted to infer conclusions. If we assume, it might be true that the information or the knowledge we get is not accurate. Uniformity can be referred to as a principle, a practical way for reasoning. Uniformity predicts that whatever happens at any point of time in the material world will under the similar conditions occur again i.e. the same material causes under the same conditions will produce the same results. Scientific experimentation, theorizing, and prediction would be impossible if nature was non-uniform. Scientific investigation is only possible in an orderly, rational coherent and unified system.And obviously our daily lives would be inconceivable without uniformity. We would have no solidarity at all in either experience or thought.I think, a thing does not exist as an individual, it exists in relationship to other things. For example, water. Water exists in different forms, fluid, solid, or gas, in accordance to temperature. Id other things are equal, the relationship between water and temperature would last. It is this constant relationship that determines the regularity of water and temperature, it is also the factor which that makes possible the connection between the past and the future experience. Which means everything changes, but has its order in the form of uniformity.While considering the title, one can also bring confirmation bias and by believing that uniformity exists, a persons value or beliefs can influence their confirmation bias. Also, Faith plays an important role in facilitating to gain information used to unifying elements, if we didn’t trust our professionals that provide us with the data, we wont ever have any information uniformly. In Natural Science, forming theories via inductive reasoning provides us with a leeway to overcome the complex nuances of the real world and make it simple for the limited human experiences, and this is how uniformities in sciences sometimes limit the accuracy of scientific explanations. Although, assumptions help in aiding a concept to be understood with simplicity, but this limits the accuracy for simplicity. Trading simplicity with accuracy sometimes may generate inaccurate and subjective knowledge. While studying we were taught all metals are good conductors of heat and electricity, we assumed only metals could produce electricity due to our inductive reasoning but when we further read, we got to know that there are non-metals also that conduct electricity like graphite. This example clearly shows the fallacy of inductive reasoning, we observe a trend and generalise it without any further knowledge about the potential exceptions that may arise and hence may give us false knowledge about a certain subject. Although, I think it is not absolutely wrong to make assumptions and it’s not humanly possible to know if all possible alternative explanations but as long as the society is prepared to refine knowledge and accept the paradigm shift.Scientific knowledge is mostly depending on existing technology and current ways of thinking.which makes it uncertain. It is not absolute. It is dependent on evidence, tools, circumstances and analysis. Furthermore, our senses have their own biological limitations. Even technological devices have their own limits of accuracy. Also, when we carry out an experiment we make some hypothesis, which is nothing but an assumption, and this assumption comes from a certain rule which was already accepted and is expected to be followed and prove whether it works which in turns gives us knowledge. If there is no hypothesis, it implies that we don’t have any idea how things work or will work. If we have a research paper without hypothesis, it will lack the empirical method and the uniform format which is required to be followed in a scientific paper for people to accept that it is knowledge.On the other hand, not everyone has the same ability to make assumptions about uniformities, people make mistakes, skip some information, so that way there is no way of confirming assumptions, or uniformities. In mathematics, we use axioms which are universally accepted rule. A principle without any proof. It is used for the sake of studying the consequences that come from it because if we doubt everything, we will not be able to prove anything. For example, One Axiom states “If equals are added to equals the sums are equal.”A=CA+B=B+CTheorems are rules that arises when one applies axioms to a system to get information. And when one theorem is established it can be used to create more theorems.It is true that we can never be certain with uniformity, but we have to trust all the other evidences for which patterns are found to establish uniformity.The major problem with axioms is in the assumption that axioms are true because there is no method of verification, other than saying “it is obvious”. Seeing it the other way, as there is a limit to the ways of knowing such as perception, language and reasoning. It can be possible that axioms based on assumptions can be misinterpreted and can be vulnerable to error. The issue about knowledge that arises is that “To what extent the axioms and their assumptions in a mathematical system invulnerable to error.”It is true that to gain some information and come to a common consensus, we have to believe our senses and try to believe the assumptions made are true, so that all over the world, we have a uniformity in resources especially areas like mathematics and sciences for further investigation in the future. I believe we all have an innate hunger for knowledge which somehow involves the capacity to recognize uniformities in the information which the senses provide.Largely, I would disagree that it doesn’t provide us knowledge but I believe to some extent assumptions and knowledge co-exist.