Posts Tagged ‘Scientific method’

Are You on a Low Fact Diet?

Photo credit: Wm Jas from Flickr

Most people don’t know very much. (Now tell me, if I had guessed that your reaction to that opening would be an initial nodding agreement quickly fading to the realization that it might include you, too, would I have been right?)

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Astrology, a Practical Test: Objects That Affect You at Birth

Picture by joelwillis via Flickr

I usually don’t like making grandiose statements ahead of myself, like “Astrology is totally unscientific”, because I prefer leaving the benefit of the doubt until I check the claim. In the case of Astrology, however, there’s no use pretending.

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Critically Analyzing the Discovery of “Lucy” (Australopithicus Afarensis)

Side view of Lucy replica (Wikimedia Commons)

The semester is over, and I can now share some of my assignments. Usually, I try to write posts that are written with the blog in mind, in a more conversational language, less uptight, and more.. well, flowing.

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We’re SmarterThanThat

The scientific method is all around you, and you use it without even noticing. Science can be fun, interesting and engaging; you don't have to be a nerd to enjoy understanding the world around you. Read More...

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