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Can chazal ever be wrong?

I haven’t read most of the relevant source material, but I’ve heard Jewish Atheists accuse Chazal of making unequivocal scientific errors such as claiming that the womb has three separate chambers, that the earth is flat, that donkey urine can cure jaundice, and other things that modern science would contest. This raises the question for me as to whether or not there can be a situation where Chazal can potentially be wrong about something, and if not how do I rationalize perceived scientific discrepancies that they may have made?

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