YOU MAY have heard of Darwin's theory, or Newton's law of gravitation, or the Planetesimal Hypothesis of Chamberlin and Moulton. These men are acclaimed great scientists by many of their fellow students and by the world in general. But don't you believe these scientific works for that reason alone. The pathway of science, as well as other studies, has left behind many a noble idea as new evidence proved it to be but a half truth, a near truth, or even a complete contradiction of the truth. Just how does a scientist arrive at these conclusions? What are his theories, his laws, and his hypotheses? Let's look at a few examples of science in action. The Beginning of a Law. In God's creation, there is an order which can often be expressed in a simple statement. Scientists have written these statements down as laws, sometimes imperfectly, as they discovered them.
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