Hey Nick .<quoted text>
The foundation of science is actually faith
Before performing experiments scientists start with 6 basic assumptions:
(1) that the experimental procedures will be performed adequately. That there will be no intentional or unintentional mistakes that will impact the results.
(2)That the experimenters won’t be significantly biased by their preconceptions of what will happen
(3)that the random sample (the subjects/items used in the experiment)is representative of the entire population the scientist is doing to confirm or deny hypotheses about.Also that any nonrepresentative random won’t significantly impact the results.
(4)that nature has regularity.That most if not all things in nature must have at least a natural cause.That here is such a thing called Objective Reality
(6)that science at least partly corresponds to that Objective Reality.
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