What is probably being misunderstood by a person who says, “But that’s only a scientific theory”?
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A scientific theory is not well tested and there could be little anomalies too. After giving a theory we do experiments and if the theoretical result does not match with the experimental value, then the theory is wrong. No matter how beautiful it is mathematically or who has given the theory. Usually a theory has not tested every where and in all circumstances, so the theories are the best speculations. So, some people say that “that’s only a theory”. By saying this they are not completely right, but you cannot tell them completely wrong too. When a theory works in maximum...
Textbook: Conceptual Physics
Author: Paul G. Hewitt
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