No. By definition superstitions do not have a scientific basis.
No, superstitions by definition do not have a scientific basis.
People living in the Philippines are very superstitious but are not oblivious to scientific explanations. Many believe in superstitions but will work around them based on the scientific knowledge that is available.
scientific facts/evidence superstitions about comets and astroids
Superstitions about asteroids, comets, and meteors have absolutely no scientific basis whatsoever.
There are no superstitions that adequately explain a typhoon
No, when there are no superstitions with scientific proof how is it possible for superstitious people.
For comets, no. Asteroids never had any superstitions associated with them.
do superstitions about comets and asteriods in taiwan
Superstitions are not based in science. There might be a logical reason like breaking a mirror is bad luck but does not cause bad luck but this is not scientific.
Most superstitions have formed, over the years, through myths, legends, folklore, and religion, and do not typically have any real scientific basis.
Some examples of superstitions are walking under a ladder, knocking on wood, and having bad luck after breaking a mirror. Superstitions do not have a scientific basis, there might be a reason such as someone walking under a ladder might get something dropped on them, but this is not scientific.
No. By definition, a superstition does not have a scientific basis.
No. By definition, a superstition is a belief that does not have a scientific basis.
They are testable.
While there are certainly historical, anthropological and cultural reasons behind most superstitions, they are called superstitions because of the very fact that they have no basis in Science.
No. Superstitions, by definition, do not have a scientific basis.
No. By defintion a superstition does not have any scientific basis.
superrtitious beliefs about comets and its scientific explanation
What is the Scientific explanation of Impaired social interaction
scientific explanation is....... wait why am i answering this... i dont know is the answer...
well the superstitions are vague and astronomically impossible there for no means to scientfic aggriculture this means rugulation paresedication lf the recept day there for cupption and sattisification disisgrafied.
Yes, graphs and charts can be a part of a scientific explanation.
What is the scientific term for a sensible explanation to a problem