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- adv. Using science or methods of science.
- adv. Using the scientific method.
- adv. Methodically.
- adv. With regard to science.
- adv. From a scientific perspective.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a scientific manner; according to the rules or principles of science.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a scientific manner; according to the rules or principles of science.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to science; in a scientific way
No one (not you, not Dawkins, nor anyone else) can claim to have scientifically or philosophically disprove A God exists, any more than someone can ’scientifically’ prove God does exist.
The investigators say their findings, which they describe as scientifically revolutionary in the field, might also be relevant to why males and females differ in behavior and in susceptibility to disease.
It was -- yeah, we met in what I would say scientifically is the least romantic place on earth: the Republican National Convention.
Science fiction is a genre of fiction where the stories often deal with elements of science or technology and many of these imaginary elements are largely possible within scientifically-established or scientifically-postulated laws of …
I suppose that's a valid reading: I am not interested in investigating the question scientifically because investigating the question scientifically is pointless.
It focuses the mind, hones concentration and improves memory, all in scientifically proven ways.
Science fiction seeks the experience of being extrapolated scientifically from the natural world, even when the fictional, extrapolated world is entirely supernatural.
The fact that, scientifically from a water-absorption rate, these bars were poor coincided impressively with our subjective ratings on lather, residue and feeling when using.
By doing so, they were able to acquire grant money, widen their professional network, and remain scientifically active and innovative in a world in flux.
Personally I don't think it's a psudoscience because it's political, it's the lack of evidence and the fact that its major proponents don't seem at all interested in scientifically testing their ideas and more interested in promoting themselves politically and blaming their lack of success on a conspiracy.
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