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Differences of Scientific Knowledge & Belief Based System Knowledge Paper

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A population of organism (nonhuman) is decimated by an epidemic desease. Only 10% of the population survives. Over many generations.

Differences of Scientific Knowledge & Belief Based System Knowledge Paper
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Running head: EVOLUTION

Evolution as a Fact, Theory, and Hypothesis
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Running head: EVOLUTION
Introduction
Evolution is a very active area of research in which new evidence and discoveries
continue to broaden our knowledge and understanding of specific paths and process biological
organisms have followed over billions of years the life has existed on the Earth (Nehm, 2012).
Evolution theory is a scientific explanation of the incontrovertible fact that life has changed over
time. Evolution can be considered as a theory, a fact, and a hypothesis. In order to clearly
understand when evolution is deemed as any of the above terms, it's paramount to define and
look more keenly on the meaning of theory, fact, and hypothesis. Scientifically, a theory is a
comprehensive explanation of aspects of nature supported by a deep vast body of evidence. A
fact in scientific terms refers to a measurement, observation or any other form of evidence that
can be anticipated to take place in the same manner under the same conditions. Additionally, a
fact is an explanation in scientific terms that have been tested and proven several times such that
there is a genuine reason to continue testing it. Scientifically, a hypothesis refers to the idea or
explanation that can be tested through experimentation and studies.
Evolution as Theory
The majority of scientific theories are all around organized and built up such that no
convincing proof is probably going to generously dispute or disprove them. For example, in
heliocentric theory, there is no new evidence or proof that will show that the Earth does not orbit
around the sun or the proof that will question the way the earth surface is separated into strong
plates which have moved overland timescales as clarified by plate tectonic the...

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