a fact, occurrence, or circumstance observed or observable
"Gravitation" is a general term describing the phenomenon by which bodies with mass are attracted to one another.
Electronic Voice Phenomenon- (EVP)
the enemy of my enemy is my friend
The question is not complete, not knowing WHICH phenomenon one is talking about. So please rephrase your question, it might well be a very interesting one.
If immigrants are joining another culture or country and bland in, that term is called assimilating.
UFOlogy is a word coined to describe the research of and combined efforts of those researching the UFO phenomenon. Contrary to popular belief, however, UFOlogy as a word does not solely describe those in favour of UFO's as Extraterrestrial Spacecraft, but rather an umbrella term relating to all studies of the phenomenon itself, irrespective of belief or stance on the subject.
There is no medical term for that phenomenon.
Use phenomenon to describe something out of the ordinary like.. Hally's Comet which comes to pass Earth every.. like 76 years like: It was a phenomenon to watch the legendary Hally's Comet the night it passed over our sky. or describe a legendary sports athlete or something.
I don't know whether you call it a "scientific" term, but I have come across the term "fafrotskies" to describe objects that "FAll FROm The SKIES". A quick google will haul up numerous pages. Another term that might fit is that it is a "Fortean phenomenon", named after Charles Fort, who was a scientist who studied strange phenomena in our world. http://www.fortean.net/fortean-phenomenon.html Hope that helps. Storm Weaver stormweaverz@[remove_space]yahoo.com