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Author Topic:   The Scientific Method For Beginners
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Message 8 of 138 (514200)
07-04-2009 5:54 PM
Reply to: Message 7 by AZPaul3
07-04-2009 3:50 PM

Re: Peer Review
Vital for the scientific method is that you use all the data accumulated. If you start throwing out data that conflicts with your hypothesis, the peer review will reject your paper. One thing that bothers me about the Creation Science group is that they pick and choose the data they want to quote and only use any data that supports their hypothesis. (This from a fundamentalist Christian who would love to find evidence supporting creationism. I can't support this junk.)

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