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Unformatted text preview: A scientific model must make testable predictions. Tests that fail out force us to revise or abandon the model. Not perfect, not always right, but most successful discipline at predicting the way nature works. Pseudoscience Generally holds absolute truth Cherry-picks evidence available Tends to play on emotions and fears instead of logic...
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- Spring '08