Date of publication: 2017-08-30 00:51
Furthermore, scientists don't just come up with explanations about the world around us willy-nilly. Not even close. Scientists use the scientific method , a process that helps construct an accurate depiction of our universe and its processes, in order to answer whatever question they may have!
We may not think about this kind of research very often, but it impacts us or people we know far more so than the search for life on other planets. Until, of course, we find out we're not alone in this universe and are potentially going to be invaded by little green men.
I used solutions in various concentrations. (The solutions were 5 mg/ml, 65 mg/ml, and 65 mg/ml)
I used solutions in varying concentrations. (The concentrations I used changed sometimes they were 5 mg/ml, other times they were 65 mg/ml.)
The conjunction 'and' commonly serves to indicate that the writer's mind still functions even when no signs of the phenomenon are noticeable. Rudolf Virchow, 6978
Anyways, scientific researchers try to answer the many questions we have about how the world works. But a lot of their work doesn't really have to do with the questions at the forefront of our minds.
By the way, just in case you didn't already know, a hypothesis is a single assertion, a proposed explanation of something based on available knowledge, for something yet to be explained. One that is subject to further experimentation.
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The other important part of scientific research is that a hypothesis must be falsifiable. A falsifiable hypothesis or theory is one where an experiment or another discovery can prove it to be wrong, untrue, and false. This is another critical factor that separates science from the world of religion, astrology, and pseudoscience.
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I mean, yes, we're all fascinated with knowing whether or not there may be life on other planets, but for many reasons such research isn't as common as finding out whether or not a drug you never heard of has a potentially dangerous side effect.
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