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FDSCI 101 Day 7 F12

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Richard Datwyler

on 4 May 2017

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Transcript of FDSCI 101 Day 7 F12


Voodoo
Science
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPrlcyEExnI Try this as a link
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wAjpMP5eyo here is link as well
Welcome Back
Test review question 1

Ethics in science address the idea of:
A. Accurately measuring, analyzing and reporting research.
B. If results are controversial for some groups don't sharing results with them.
C. Submitting results to the peer review process.
D. All the Above.
E. A and C only.
Test review questions 2

'Inform policy' and 'Satisfying curiosity' fit into which section of the Science Flowchart?
A. Exploration and Discovery
B. Testing Ideas
C. Benefits and Outcomes
D. Community Analysis and Feedback
Today's outline

1. Book keeping (HW 3, quiz 4, test 1)
2. Science flow chart ( '1' )
3. Clicker questions / discussion
4. Voodoo Science
5. Review
Thoughts on our group assignment last time?



Are there similarity and/or application of the 'process of science' to 'finding the 1' ?



What did you learn about the process of science through this exercise?
How does this flow chart fit into your preparation reading for today?

Was there / where was the process of science in the search for cold fusion?
Questions or comments from your reading?
What is the point Einstein is making here?



What is a model?



"Extraordinary claims require Extraordinary proofs" !!!
And the second criterion discussed
Are the results based on:
Reliable
Reproducible
observations?
Voodoo science
Test yourself
Reliable / reproducible observations
Rational model
"Mountain Glow"

A. Real Science
B. Voodoo Science

"Olympic Puddle jumper"

A. Real science
B. Voodoo science
Group activity
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