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Old Jan 03, 2007, 02:45 PM
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Experiments and observations are what theory arises from, and they are used to to put theory to the test, even to pull it down, but not to support it. If support comes from experimentation, that's great, but if the intent of the experiment was to uphold a theory, then it's very likely that that's exactly what it will do, even if the experimenter has to "adjust" the results to fit.
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