lecture 1-1201

lecture 1-1201 - lecture1 20:01 o hypoth

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lecture 1 20:01 Key Points About the Nature of Science Science originates in questions about the natural world Science uses observations and evidence to construct explanations about  phenomena and testable hypotheses. o The more observations and other kinds of evidence that support a  hypothesis, the stronger that hypothesis is. Scientists employ a variety of techniques to investigate the natural world Scientists make their explanations public through presentations and  publications Scientists present their explanations and critique the explanations proposed  by other scientists Definition of science from the national academy of sciences and institute of  medicine The use of evidence to consent testable explanations and predictions of  natural phenomena as well as the knowledge generated through this process Our “typical” experience Body temp of 37 C
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