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Unformatted text preview: Introduction Course objectives Understand how living and non-living environments are interrelated Understand how cells function Understand principles of heredity Understand how the human body functions CSI Law & order Crossing jordan Cold case Science in Popular Culture Science and You Goals Understanding scientific process & thinking Inference Make informed decisions on biological issues that effect your life Outline Science What & how Scientific method Scientific experimentation Patterns in science What is Science? the observation, identification, description, experimental investigation and theoretical explanation of natural phenomena Characteristics of Science Methodological activity Inquisitive Critical thinking Empirical evidence Logical reasoning Patterns Science is a way of investigating nature/ universe Is science the Truth? Truth Conformity to fact or actuality Correspondence with facts Fidelity to an original or standard Reality actuality A statement proven to be or accepted as true Dogma Dogma...
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