The Decline of Reason?

Jere Lipps, University Of California Museum of Paleontology

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This article addresses the difference between the scientific method and pseudoscience. The author demonstrates how the study of the fossil record can be used to support logical conclusions in science. It also contains additional references that support the scientific method.

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Subject: Biology
Grade Level: College Lower (13-14), Graduate/Professional, College Upper (15-16)
Topics: Human Dimensions/Resources, BiosphereKeywords: hypotheses, scientific theory, belief systems, superstition, logic, scientific literacy