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unscientifically

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  • adv. In an unscientific manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an unscientific way; not according to the principles of science

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Examples

  • We’re twisting ourselves into knots here to avoid saying or thinking something un-PC, but we end up thinking unscientifically.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » 1. Science, Faith, and Not Ruling Out Possibilities

  • "He is a natural singer," we say of the poet who works unscientifically; "but he is lame, his numbers halt, and he has no know ledge of technique."

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • Nevertheless, I am using it (unscientifically) to persuade my college freshman son to read Paul Horgan's The Richard Trilogy this summer.

    Speaking as one old fart to another

  • Call it intelligent design or creationism, the resistance to Darwin's theory of evolution unscientifically aims to reconcile unruly evidence with a premise that a god is responsible for the diversity of life on earth, not evolution.

    Roy Speckhardt: Celebrating Darwin Day

  • If they refused to release either or both the program then I would say that they were behaving unscientifically.

    Climate Science and Software Quality | Serendipity

  • In fact I have unscientifically measured this process several times, just failed to create adequate documentation.

    Shotguns in Combat

  • He may also want to brush up on Quantum Indeterminacy that makes a complete nonsense of any argument by design and he would also benefit from watching the very fine BBC4 documentary "The Secret Life of Chaos" before daring to unscientifically state the "Cosmos is a fine-tuned machine that has been designed for our benefit" canard.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • The EPA regulation focuses on any "new" organism (strangely and unscientifically defined as one which contains combinations of DNA from unrelated sources) that might, for example, literally eat up oil spills.

    EPA Slips On Oil Spills

  • Last week, I wrote about possible signs of a spiritual awakening gauged quite unscientifically by my observations about public interest in topics ranging from The Secret and Eckhart Tolle, to books su ...

    Russell Bishop: Could Sleep Aid Your Contact With The Divine?

  • Last week, I wrote about possible signs of a spiritual awakening gauged quite unscientifically by my observations about public interest in topics ranging from The Secret and Eckhart Tolle, to books such as The Shack and movements such as The Kabbalah.

    Russell Bishop: Could Sleep Aid Your Contact With The Divine?

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