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LibraryScience: The systematic study that organizes knowledge by testable explanations and predictions of our Based on empirical and measurable evidence, The Scientific Method investigates the known and unknown world. The ancient Greeks developed and encouraged this research method while the scientist of the Renaissance rediscovered and utilized it.
 Theories: A well established explanation of an issue of the natural world. It has to be based on a confirmation through experiment and observation.
Facts: A Verifiable and objective observation.
Laws: An explanation that always applies to an issue under the same conditions.
Principles: A fundamental comprehensive law, assumption or doctrine.
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