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Scientific Theory VS. Scientific Law
Transcript of Scientific Theory VS. Scientific Law
It explains what the scientists believes will happen every time.
An example of a scientific law is the Law of Gravity. This law says that every mass exerts an attractive force on every other mass. Everything that goes up comes down at the same time as something else with the same mass.
A well tested explanation for a wide range of observation and experimental results.
The Theory of Evolution is an example of a scientific theory. It states that species evolve over time. It is a theory because not all people believe it is true.
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