The need to experiment is always going to be needed, that also involving trial and error. If there scientific advancements were made without any experimentation done, the results could be dire. A shampoo that cures dandruff in younger teens can cause harmful reactions with older men and women. Before an advancement can be made public, it should be evaluated with a risk assessment and full grasp of the concept.
Yes I think the development of scientific knowledge requires doing experiments. To make new medications, learn about what’s around us and to prove theories. We need to do experiments to gain knowledge. If we did not do experiments we would not know what we already know, such as the way our body works.
Yes because for something to be accepted in science, the hypothesis should be proven repeatedly and also proven reliable. The scientific method is used as an attempt to insure that we learn as much as possible from the experiments. So therefore, we believe that scientific knowledge is needed to produce and perform experiments to get the best conclusion.
Scientific knowledge does require experiments. This can be proven by the fact of gravity as it had to be proven by Sir Isaac Newton . Nothing can be made a scientific law until an experiment has taken place and has been analyzed by several scientist.
I agree with Andrew's post. experiments are a dire need to any product used for the general public. if you did not have experiments then whatever you product may be could be harmful. for example, someone might produce a new drug for lets say, weight loss. some woman uses the product and it gives them harmful side effects because it was only meant for men.
Scientific experiments are needed to develop scientific knowledge. Without experimenting the product or idea the learner would have no idea if it worked, leading to advancements in other fields. If a scientists was going to test the effectiveness of a certain medicine, he would need to test it to see the results. A scientists can not merely assume the product works and it be accepted by the public.
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