Como Organizar Nossas Sugestões para Experimentos Cientificos, Passo a Passo

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( http://freethoughtblogs.com/pharyngula/2014/12/15/ready-to-lose-a-few-brain-cells-you-wont-need-them-apparently/comment-page-1/#comment-894210)


So, in the interest of helping you along with the second option, try this: Describe a practical prediction that follows from your “theory” and a method for testing it. The prediction should follow these criteria:

1) It should be an actual prediction. I.e. something we don’t already know.

2) It should be unique to your theory. I.e. it should be something that distinguishes your theory from every other idea out there.

3) It should be practically testable, with an objective measure of success or failure. I.e. no “you have to feel it”, no “if you use your left hemisphere, it’s obvious”, no “the jungle will tell you the answer”.

I’m sure a person as staggeringly intelligent and well-educated as yourself will recognize these as basic rules of proper scientific investigation and therefore have no objection to complying with them.

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