There’s another state of mind, and this state is concerned with solving problems. This is an Archangel, so it explains reality, incorporating all of the emotions.
This theory of reality posits that manifest existence was created by breaking the eternal reality, resulting in a problem to solve. Solving this problem is the action of this angel, but if the problem were totally solved, then this reality would vanish. To solve this, the answer is to break reality some more, however much you’d like, but that gives you the ability to continue doing something, which in this state of mind is solving problems.
As such, you can always do science — realize though, in this story of reality, the explanation is that literally all things are science. I say, “science,” instead of, “solving problems,” as our idea of science paints a nice picture of intelligently solving problems — as opposed to generating brute force or low quality solutions (like selling your car for lunch).
However, it shouldn’t be confused with the catalog of modern sciences. Science, as a principal function of awareness, can continue on forever because what it fundamentally is, is rationalizing a problem and then formulating a solution.
This story is important because it helps one see that one naturally enjoys solving something, just maybe with certain requirements (levels of easiness or challenge, for instance). That way one doesn’t find a false end to something, and the Angel of Science is saved. This also means that even if you do build the perfect psychology, you’re also naturally inclined to break it (or find that it’s broken, due to a shifting context), and continue on.
Therefore, you can and do continue on solving something, but you should also realize that you and we all are intentionally breaking reality a little bit in order to continue solving it. That way science goes on forever.