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“Falsification is common, down to widespread use of counterfeit spare parts, Russian officials say.”
“Falsification, if it occurs, always occurs from the inside.”
“Potential Falsification: It would be very problematic if many species were found that combined characteristics of different nested groupings.”
“His essay Theology and Falsification was widely read and translated into 40 languages.”
“Falsification in front of everyone says that the regime really doesn't care what people think.”
“Comment on “Falsification of the atmospheric CO2 greenhouse effects within the frame of physics””
“Falsification was punishable by Florida law, as the form clearly stated.”
“Falsification in the scientific sense deals instead with the whole theory – in the broadest sense we say that a theory needs to make predictions that can be observed to be true or false.”
“Lakatos, I. 1970, “Falsification and the Methodology of Scientific Research Programmes”, in Criticism and the Growth of Knowledge, I. Lakatos and A. Musgrave (eds.), Cambridge:”
“I basically was jailed for standing up and speaking at a city council meeting,' said Baumgartner about the night in 2001 leading to arrest five days later on technical charges of Falsification.”
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