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Re: Last paragraph in a written report
Posted by: dcarpenter
Date: October 08, 2019 11:00AM
That is, how does a valid hypothesis (i.e. formulated with evidence) that is uniquely consistent with the available evidence, not meet the definition of a "reasonable degree of scientific certainty?"
Additionally, how is this not "more probable than not?"
How is this position helpful or valuable?
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