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Difference between revisions of "Scientific theory"

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[[Scientific theory]],
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[[Scientific Theory]],
  
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''noun''
  
            A-well tested [[concept]] that explains a
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A [[concept]] that has been well tested, and is accepted as an explanation to a wide range of [[observations]].
wide range/of [[lots]] of [[observations]].
 

Latest revision as of 01:49, 31 August 2011

Scientific Theory,

noun



A concept that has been well tested, and is accepted as an explanation to a wide range of observations.