Ch. 2 Questions

Ch. 2 Questions - Maddie Houck 9/9/09 Bell 1 Chapter 2...

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Maddie Houck 9/9/09 Bell 1 Chapter 2 Questions Thinking About Scientific Proof The fact that science can never prove anything absolutely does not mean that its results are not valid or useful. In all experiments, there is always a percentage of error. However, most scientific proofs are well known and accepted by the world because there is a very “high probability” that the proofs are true. Thinking About Easter Island and Our Current Environmental Situation Two harmful positive feedback loops in today’s world are when a farm produces more food while in turn taking the land would take away habitats for animals, which would be a negative feedback loop. Another harmful positive feedback loop would be oyster harvesting in the Lynnhaven River. While the harvesting brings more food to restaurants and creates more births than deaths, it still disrupts the natural flow of the Lynnhaven River. Thinking About Time Delays
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