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  • adv. In a falsifiable way.

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  • As no other theory predicts anything here (the old "there can be only one" unique outcome of fundamental physics conspicuously still among them) but causal entropic principles now falsifiably is tested on 7 physics finetunings (including the old CC of garden variety of AP), I feel fairly confident with the results.

    Death in the Sky: M31 Shreds its Satellites | Universe Today

  • This is manifestly not true, however, as proved by the universality of scientific results and by falsifiably predictive theories.

    Unthreaded #6 « Climate Audit

  • There is also the slight matter that in the absence of a falsifiably predictive climate theory, the on-going climate changes are indistinguishable from normal variation.

    NAS Panel – What I'll Be Looking For « Climate Audit

  • #27 — There is also the slight matter that in the absence of a falsifiably predictive climate theory, the on-going climate changes are indistinguishable from normal variation.

    NAS Panel – What I'll Be Looking For « Climate Audit

  • And even if the rate were faster your position would be scientifically untenable because GCMs are not adequate to falsifiably predict climate response to small forcings.

    New Satellite Data « Climate Audit

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