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Biology 10 Week 1 Notes

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Biology 10 Week 1 Notes Biol 10

California State University, Fresno
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Scientific Process, What is Science?
Life Science
Stephanie Coffman
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Serena on Saturday August 20, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Biol 10 at California State University, Fresno taught by Stephanie Coffman in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 73 views. For similar materials see Life Science in Biology at California State University, Fresno.

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Date Created: 08/20/16
Wed- 8/24 Wednesday, August 24, 2016 5:00 PM Week's Topic: Scientific Thinking Important Points: Complicated & Continuous Process Today's Topics: "Is It Science?" Checklist  Scientific Method  Is It Science? Summary  Science is a very complicated process  The Scientific Method is not so step-by-step as it is a continuous process  Checklist to determine if something is scientific  Astrology is NOT scientific Topic #1: Why take this class • Science is a way of learning • Useful for everyone • Make informed decisions • Health • Food • Vaccines Topic #2: What is Science? • A process ○ Generating new knowledge about the natural world • Body of Knowledge • About the natural world (facts, theories, laws) Sub-Topic #1: Scientific Process • Heart: Test Ideas • Complex process • Many routes into the process • No end to the process, continuous • Gather Data  Reject or support hypothesis  Make new assumptions  Make new hypotheses • Scientists do not work alone • Make observations • Scientific communityensures accuracy  Peer review  Replicate experiments Sub-Topic #2: "Is It Science?" Check List • Focuses on the natural world  No religion • Aims to explain & understand the natural world • Aims to explain & understand the natural world • Uses testable ideas • Relies on evidence • Involves the scientific community • Leads to ongoing research • Benefits from scientific behavior Sub-Subtopic #1: Is AstrologyScientific?  Study of planets, stars, moon affect behavior  Predicts personality & current events  Survey of 100,000undergrads 78% said very or sort of scientific  25% Americans believe in astrology  The Test □ Focuses on the natural world □ Aims to explain the natural world □ Uses testable idea □ BUT: it cannot accurately predict outcomes


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