Historical science, experimental science, and the scientific method
Carol E. Cleland 2001 Geology v29 n11 p987-990

This article argues that the claim that historical science is methodologically inferior to experimental science cannot be sustained. The implication for learning and education is that instruction in a science depends on a clear conception of the nature of science to be learned.

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