isb 201 third lecture
isb 201 third lecture ISB 201
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Date Created: 02/07/16
Third Lecture Factors that impact perception of experiment: Attitudes, motives, expectations Longest standing scientific theory Geocentric point of view (falsified via telescope) Pure v applied science pure science seeks to identify and explain phenomena research applied science seeks to apply knowledge using technology or other mediums to test theories Structure of planet: core (solid) thermonuclear reactions mantle (magma) crust (solid, composed of plates) 2 kinds of crusts: continental: oldest less dense(larger crystals), granite oceanic: basalt, more dense (smaller crystals) Plate tectonics driven by convection current theory founded by Wegener Ording, Gabe. "Environmental ecology." Lecture.
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