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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Title Date Philosophy of Science Some of the most important scientific theories in history were accepted but NOT because they were proven with absolute certainty Theories about science are in most instances based on hypothetical deductive methods. That is, theories are suggested from observed data, then checked against the very same data that it was observed from so as to be proven. Scientific theories aim to quantify their observations in a bid to make the theories to be more factual. However, the same way that the elements around us evolve as time passes, the data used to formulate and prove theories also evolves. This means that with time, theories can evolve and change. This fact makes it hard for scientific theories to have the factual certainty that they aim to achieve. "Some of the most important scientific theories in history w ...
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