scientific method

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a: scientific method ~
b: systematic trial and error

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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: May 18 2019 4:04 PM



a: scientific method ~
b: spacetime in general relativity

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"The way the method changes is the exact same way through which progress is made by applying the method in doing everyday research. Change of method takes place slowly and carefully, through long and detailed peer discussions, and may be almost imperceptible in any given field during the lifetime of a scientist. The scientific method is like spacetime in general relativity: it provides the stage for matter to play, but the play of matter in turn affects the stage"


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Writer: Piet Hut
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Date: May 18 2019 4:09 PM



a: scientific method ~
b: spacetime in general relativity

What:

"The way the method changes is the exact same way through which progress is made by applying the method in doing everyday research. Change of method takes place slowly and carefully, through long and detailed peer discussions, and may be almost imperceptible in any given field during the lifetime of a scientist. The scientific method is like spacetime in general relativity: it provides the stage for matter to play, but the play of matter in turn affects the stage"


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Writer: Piet Hut
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Date: May 18 2019 4:13 PM


A Newtonian Process It Is Nott.....

a: scientific method ~
b: recipe

What:

"If a high school science textbook describing the scientific method is like a recipe for how to cook a steak, what scientists actually do is more like hot dog manufacturing. Yes, you can still eat it, butů"


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Writer: Steve O
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Date: May 18 2019 4:17 PM



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