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    develop this study of “pure science,” the understanding that science should focus on research for the advancement of knowledge. This concept of science had been forgotten and masked by the working world of the 19th century. Rowland found purpose to proclaim that…

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    Cryptozoology Report

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    The Introduction of Cryptozoology as an Academic Science Dr. Ernest Nescius, Deputy Secretary of the Government Funding Commission, I am sending this letter in regards to your recent decision about the proposition to introduce cryptozoology in universities across Canada. I am writing to state my disagreement and concern with introducing cryptozoology as a scientific study in the Academy. The reasoning behind my disagreement with your proposition is because of the importance of distinguishing…

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    Kenneth Miller Critique

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    Pennsylvania trial on the teaching of Intelligent Design (ID) in the high school biology curriculum. Miller had many critiques against ID as a scientific explanation. Firstly, evolution binds science together and is a sign of the health of science. Secondly, the source of answers for questions about nature must come from nature itself. Thirdly, for an idea to be considered scientifically correct it has to be peer reviewed, but ID wants to skip the steps of making sure an argument is sound and…

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    There is no crisis in the field of Psychology or Social Sciences research. In the past few years, there have been an increased number of retractions and fabrication incidents in the psychology and social sciences research, which caused speculations that these fields are currently in a crisis. Recently, an initiative called “Reproducibility Project” was conducted at the University of Virginia that reran 100 psychology experiments from three reputed psychology journals and stated that over 60% of…

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    Joseph Needham’s The Grand Titration: Science and Society in East and West seeks to answer the question of why modern science developed in the Western world and not in China. He answers this question by “titrating,” or essentially comparing, scientific and technological advancements between China and the West. To conduct his comparison, he investigates the relationship, in both civilizations, between science and a variety of topics. The topics that Needham covers include politics, economics,…

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    Which three enlightenment scientists contributed greatly to the sciences and the modern world? The enlightenment period was a very important time in history. During this time, everything was changing. Politics, science, and the old way of life were radically changing. As time went on, many geniuses began to change the scientific way of thinking and challenge the old ideas. Although many had good ideas, but there were some that changed their world and had lasting effects in the modern…

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    In his article published in the Public Administration Review, “What Makes Public Administration a Science? Or, Are Its “Big Questions” Really Big”, Francis S. Neumann (1996) discusses flawed research questions posed by Robert Behn (1995) in his essay, “The Big Questions of Public Management”, where Behn (1995) identified three major subject areas, micromanagement, motivation, and achievement measurement, to be addressed in the field of public administration research for it to be aligned as a…

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    Galileo Radical Science

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    Taking advantage of their faculty of reasoning and objective understanding, radicals have frequently increased and supplemented the public’s knowledge and intelligence in matters related to academia. For example, by developing a deep understanding of the Sun-centered theory of the universe, Galileo radically transformed the way science is done because now, science works primarily by persuasion and not by proof (Pentin 26). Making use of his own understanding, the scientist has developed methods…

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    Religion And Science Is Complement Each Other Introduction Science and religion are two entities that occupy an important position in the philosophy of science. The position of both branches of the discipline to give each other positive value in addressing the problems of life and humanity. It is caused by human nature as thinking beings who always want rationality. Humans are also experienced and witnessed to the problems associated with the dimensions of the mysteries in life that can not be…

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    allows analysis of statistical data to be done by people who are gifted in the numbers department. This makes a lot of sense because I wouldn’t call on my accountant to fix my toilet any more than I would expect a gifted biologist to pay attention to the numbers over the science (McNutt). eTBLAST was an enlightening read, and I appreciate the developers intention; scientific and medical jargon is frightening. My only concern with this particular tool is the time component. Running the analyses…

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