from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not adhering to the principles of science.
- adj. Not knowledgeable about science or the scientific method.
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- adj. Not scientific
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- adj. not consistent with the methods or principles of science
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But a spokesman for Mr. Kan, Noriyuki Shikata, said more needed to be done to protect Japanese exports from damage inflicted by what he called "unscientific reasons."
Another example of the left being unscientific is their approach to genetically modified seeds.
Olegt, are you telling me you're not capable of writing a paragraph about Hawking's theory without slipping in unscientific and inaccurate claims?
The reaction to the proposal on ConservativeHome, though necessarily unscientific, is pretty much as one would expect: 22% support the policy, another 39% support it and indeed would like to see it go further and a further 11% declined to support the policy as it did not go far enough.
Democrats like to declare that Rs are "not for science", but how unscientific is it to try to claim that because exit polling didn't match up by a few points, the whole election was faulty?
Although it should have been shot down as unscientific from the very beginning, the project instead passed each stage unscathed, awarded with serial promotions from one level to the next.
However, before long physicians will discard much from our present medical onomatology that is ridiculous, absurd, incorrect, in short, unscientific, as, for instance, the designation typhoid fever.
Your somewhat amusing response to his suggestion that it might be worth investigating if fantasy is good for kids is to attack him for being "unscientific" -- because, apparently, you belief any long-lasting human behavior is definitionally desirable.
The data you'd get back would most certainly be "unscientific" - but that's exactly what is needed.
It is to foster a high sentiment toward the life of the plant that the numerous so-called unscientific botanies which crowd the book-stores to-day are so valuable, and the numbers that are sold testify to the interest this side of the subject awakens.