j-i-T 1 Science and work

j-i-T 1 Science and work - Select all the examples of fast...

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Select all the examples of fast Earth processes from the list below. Question 2 options: Erosion of river valleys Rise of mountains Erosion due to a hurricane Sediment accumulation in the deep sea Volcanic Eruption Glacier flow Groundwater flow Stream Flow Flooding Earthquake How old is Earth? Question 3 options: Scientific beliefs do not change over time. Question 4 options: True False Scientific laws, theories, and concepts are tested against reliable observations. True False Today’s scientific laws, theories, and concepts may have to be changed in the face of new evidence.
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True False The evidence for scientific information does not have to be repeatable. True False The laws, theories, and concepts of all areas of science are related. True False The truth of all scientific knowledge is beyond question. True False Scientists believe that we will one day know everything there is to know about the universe. True
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2011 for the course GEOL 1114 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at The University of Oklahoma.

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j-i-T 1 Science and work - Select all the examples of fast...

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