Dismantling the universe: the nature of scientific discovery
A study of scientific method analyzes the link between scientific creativity and human imagination and discusses the role of empirical evidence and hypothesis, scientific models, and other important scientific concepts, issues, theories, and topics
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The Universe, the Eleventh Dimension, and Everything: What We Know and how ...
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