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No, the scientific method can be uncontrolled to for it to be valid.

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Does Pseudoscience follow the scientific method?

No it does not, but it pretends to to make you think that what it is saying is valid.


What is true controlled experiments produce valid data valid experiments produce controlled data controlled data produces valid experiments?

With controlled experiments it is taken into consideration what possible variables there could be and it is taken into account when conducting the experiment. This would mean that controlled experiments would produce more valid data.


How do you define theory?

In the general, every day sense of the word a theory is a supposition, a hunch or a speculation. It is unproven.A Scientific Theory is completely different from an every day theory. A scientific theory summarizes a hypothesis that has been supported with repeated testing and with facts that can be observed and/or measured. With that support a hypothesis moves to the next step in the scientific method and becomes accepted as a valid explanation of a phenomenon. Facts are the framework for the scientific method and a Scientific Theory is supported by facts.


What is a scientic theory?

A scientific theory summarizes a hypothesis or group of hypotheses that have been supported with repeated testing. If enough evidence accumulates to support a hypothesis, it moves to the next step; known as a theory; in the scientific method and becomes accepted as a valid explanation of a phenomenon.


What must a scientific theory have to be valid?

when it is consistent with observation

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Why is it important to repeat any scientific method?

to make sure its valid


Does Pseudoscience follow the scientific method?

No it does not, but it pretends to to make you think that what it is saying is valid.


What of these is a type of pseudoscience?

Pseudoscience is a claim that is presented as scientific, but lacks any supporting evidence, cannot be tested and does not adhere to a valid scientific method. A type of pseudoscience is "pop science."


What is a hypothesis that has been tested over and over again?

A scientific theory is a hypothesis that has been repeatedly tested and still seems to be valid. These theories are tested by using the scientific method.


What is true controlled experiments produce valid data valid experiments produce controlled data controlled data produces valid experiments?

With controlled experiments it is taken into consideration what possible variables there could be and it is taken into account when conducting the experiment. This would mean that controlled experiments would produce more valid data.


What is the difference between a valid test and a reliable test?

Reliable indicates that each time the experiment is conducted, the same results are obtained (accuracy). Valid indicates the experiment (or test) has controlled variables and used an appropriate method/model.


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How do you define theory?

In the general, every day sense of the word a theory is a supposition, a hunch or a speculation. It is unproven.A Scientific Theory is completely different from an every day theory. A scientific theory summarizes a hypothesis that has been supported with repeated testing and with facts that can be observed and/or measured. With that support a hypothesis moves to the next step in the scientific method and becomes accepted as a valid explanation of a phenomenon. Facts are the framework for the scientific method and a Scientific Theory is supported by facts.


What is a scientic theory?

A scientific theory summarizes a hypothesis or group of hypotheses that have been supported with repeated testing. If enough evidence accumulates to support a hypothesis, it moves to the next step; known as a theory; in the scientific method and becomes accepted as a valid explanation of a phenomenon.


What must a scientific theory have to be valid?

when it is consistent with observation


To be a valid scientific experiment the results must be?

Repeatable


What will not be valid with scientific theory?

Guessing, inventing data.