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it is the process of you finding it yourself!!!
A:By and large, no. The Renaissance popes feared that acceptance of new scientific facts would undermine belief in Catholic doctrine, a suspicion that proved well founded over time.
i'm not sure so why dont u ask ur teacher man? LOL
It isn't clear what forms of evidence you are talking about. Also, redshift is not a theory; it's an observational fact. The THEORY (actually, the only reasonable explanation) for redshift on large scales is that it is due to the expansion of the Universe.
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use scientific evidence to support your answer
When the evidence in a scientific experiment does not support the hypothesis the scientist:Confirm through repeated experimentation that the evidence is validReject the hypothesisDevelop another hypothesis that is consistent with the valid evidence
There is no scientific evidence to support it.
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No. There is no scientific evidence to support this theory.
All claims of supernatural events and abilities comes from empirical and anecdotal evidence. There is no scientific evidence for any of it.
All religions are "superstition". There is no tangible evidence to support these superstitions whatsever. That is why they teach "Believe" and "Trust". This is called "Blind Faith".
Hi, data provides evidence to back up your claim. Without evidence, your claim is not reliable.
Evidence is something observable (measurable) or tangible that provides support to an explanation or shows that the explanation needs to be modified. The term "prove" (in the US, generally) is much more often used within the legal system, not in science, as science doesn't really try to "prove" things, but to support or refute them with evidence. The more evidence, the more likely it is to be true. Evidence, by definition, cannot be non-scientific.
modify the theory or discard it altogether.
The most widely accepted answer to this question is no, there is no scientific evidence that angels exist. There are some who believe that seeing science cannot disprove angels exist either, the evidence is inconclusive. This is known as the burden of proof.