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Thursday August 30, 2007 Falsification- it’s much easier to prove something to be false than to be 100% true. Where the could be one thing that could screw up the whole idea. In science it’s easier to show something to be false than true. Scientific Method- Hypothesis Experiment Results You can use what you learned to make better hypothesis, and better ideas but either way you still learn something. But when it comes to truth and your hypothesis works and then everything is awesome but the last time you do it, it doesn’t work and therefore its not true, but if you say its not false then it still works. It’s the best set of facts that we have at the moment. How does a theory relate to science and is evolution just a theory and what it means to science. In general a theory is simple as an educated guess, but a scientific theory goes through much more testing. There is a lot of different theories evolution, gravity, ECT. The way a theory works, its susceptible to falsification, if you can go out and try to
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ANTH 2300 taught by Professor Durband during the Fall '07 term at Texas Tech.

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