According to Karl Popper, such claims are NON-FALSIFIABLE.
This is one definition of a hypothesis, an explanation for observed phenomena that can be tested for its correctness or accuracy.
A factor that changes in an experiment is called a variable.
-- Does it explain things that have already been observed ?-- Does it make predictions that can be tested, and when tested, are found to be true ?
A scientific law is one that has been tested throughout hypothesis and theory and proven to be true all the time.
The claims of the manufactures of the Kerastese shampoo are that the product is never tested on animals. Even though there is advertisement that says the shampoo is just a big chemical mix of products that have never been tested on animals or people for that matter
The factor that is being tested in an experiment is called a variable. The factor that is measured or observed is called the dependent variable.
Power Balance create hologram bracelets. They were forced to retract claims that their product improved one's strength, balance and flexibility when it was scientifically tested.
Tite Bond ll is stainable. Gorilla Glue claims to be stainable, but I haven't tested it yet.
A method of advertising or selling that uses false claims is called false advertising.
It is a hypothesis.
direct claims submission
Categorical claims. Checked per quiz. In a philosophy course, the correct answer is Catagorical Syllogism. I put in Catagorical Claims and got it wrong.