How do scientists most often gain new knowledge?

Curtis Rhodes

in Biology

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Roger Moore on November 16, 2018

The scientists, in their majority, to acquire new knowledge through the direct observation and the application of the scientific method. You could start with a hypothesis test and then confirm or change. Others would test your confirmation of a point, while the third group will be put to the test what the second said. And so on and so forth.

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