> Science, by, of, and from its own genesis, questions all
> If it doesn't, it ain't science.
> The snow is often yellow from dogma.
...assumptions frequent in scientists:
 wholes are composed of parts
 it is possible to attain an objective perspective wrt an observed process
 the findings of science will eventually [or can, in principle] encompass the whole of reality
 features of the world which are real [or at least significant] can be measured and expressed quantitatively.
 the scientific endeavour is devoid of bias and assumptions.
...if, as you suppose, whatever does not question its assumptions is not science, then I would suggest that little or no science has ever been done.