seeks explanations for observed phenomena that rely on natural causes
it progress through creation and testing: Models of nature that explain the observations as simple as possibleModels must make testable predictions about natural phenomena;It would have to force to revise or abandon a previous point or position.
What is pseudoscience?
Any subject that appears scientific, but doesn't follow the 3 "hallmarks" of science.
What are some example of Pseudoscience? Why?
Because these ideas cannot be repeated or tested !
What are some attributes of pseudoscience claims?
use of vague, exaggerated // untestable claims
over-reliance on confirmation rather than refutation
lack of openess to testing (progress)
What is the building block of matter?
When atoms are combined, what do they fom
What are the three particles present within a molecule?
Electron, Proton, and Neutron.
What are the measurements of an average atom?
nucleus = 10-15 entire atom = 10-10
What are the forces that hold atoms together?
What are the four states of matter?
As far as astronomy and space works, heavier elements are created when _______ ______.
As far as astronomy and space works, heavier elements are created when stars explode.
What is the formula for Energy?
E = mc2
You can ______ or ______ atoms to create energy.
You can combine or destroy atoms to create energy.
This is an example of _____?
This is an example of _____.
What does the term "half-life" refer to?
"Half-life" is the amount of time it takes for half of the mass to convert and decay.
breaking bigger nuclei into smaller - creating energy.
combining smaller nuclei into a bigger nucleus - getting/creating energy.
What powers the stars?
75% of the world is ____.
24% of the world is ____.