Inaya Rakhmani, Lecturer in the Department of Communication Studies at FISIP, University of Indonesia, talks about scientific temperament. "From the start, our education system was designed not to form scientists but for bureaucracy use or (for example) health," Inaya said. The social and humanities researcher also said that scientific temperament is a habit to always question something, curiosity and skepticism. "Don't follow fear, but follow curiosity," Inaya added. What is the difference between nosy and scientific temperament? How does scientific temperament relate to the education system and government policy? Listen to the full conversation of Inaya Rakhamani and Gita Putri Damayana at #uTarapodcast eps # 10.