Should I put a s after the word of science in the sentence below?
All5 will pass: our achievements and failures, loves and hatred, religions and science, but this will remain: the wonderer looking into the distance, the mist rising over the sea line.
I only heard Carl Sagan said sciences before in his video but never heard anyone else said that before.
I use s in all the nouns in the sentence (accept hatred and science), like achievements, failures, loves, etc - am I right?
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