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How To Tell A Real Law From A Fake One?

Moore’s Law is not a scientific law! Neither is the Law of Attraction!

Telling a real law from a fake one: A flowchart with “Observation” at the bottom. Observation leads to “Facts”, and Facts lead to “Hypothesis”. And hypotheses warrant “Experimentation”. Experimentation leads simultaneously to laws as well as theories. Laws and theories intereact with each other as well as with experimentation.
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When was the last time you believed someone quoting a so-called scientific law? With the amount of misleading information increasing by the day, telling a real law apart from a fake one is a necessary skill. You don’t need to be a scientist to tell them apart. All you will need…

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Hemanth

Student of Life | Independent Scientist | Founder: https://streetscience.net/ | Twitter: @Walking_Temple

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