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Examples Of Scientific Method In Everyday Life
See below: The principles and empirical processes of discovery and demonstration considered characteristic of or necessary for scientific investigation, generally involving the observation of phenomena, the formulation of a hypothesis concerning the phenomena, experimentation to demonstrate the truth or falseness of the hypothesis, and a conclusion that validates or modifies the hypothesis. ...Read more
Reproducibiliy: Scientific method is a process designed to allow the reproducible design of experiments so that others can confirm the data. It is the basis of scientific knowledge. Generally it requires a hypothesis (what do you want to find out), procedure (how to find it out), results (what did you find out) and conclusions (what does your research mean). Some also add a discussion for perspective. ...Read more
In essence: That is broad but the essence is to test a hypothysis by making a test or experiment free of bias. It can get complicated, thus the field of statistics but you need a control vs an experimental group. There are whole classes on this question but better to look on wickepdia or a how to page on scientific research. ...Read more
What s the success of modified ericsson method for gender selection of boy. My gun said 85 %. Is that accurate. I want scientific and stat based?
Sorry...: The ericsson method has no scientific basis to back up its claims. No study has been able to show that it has any validity. The only way to be sure of the gender of the baby is in-vitro fertilization. ...Read more
Way of thinking: The scientific method really refers to the way of thinking, of using logic, reason and deduction to either prove a theory or reason through a problem. It's not a thing to learn, but a method in which to approach learning and problem solving, to lead to new discovery. Asking a question, formulating ideas, and using logical means and testing to confirm or disprove those ideas. ...Read more
Ethics: Should be done ethically and statistically correct under leadership of experienced investigator. ...Read more
What is the % of success of boy gender selection using modified ericsson method. I want a medical scientific proven answer please since I am lost.
There is no way....: ....To select a baby's gender ahead of time. Each time the chance is 50:50. ...Read more
As suspected GP found nothing on exam for tinnitus. Prefer scientific methods, but for sth like tinnitus, if patting my head helps a little, so be it.
Try an ENT specialis: I'm unsure what the apparent typo "but for sth like tinnitus", but the "patting my head helps" sounds to me like there is fluid in your ears. If it is behind the eardrum, then decongestants MIGHT help, but I'd suggest you see an Ear Nose Throat specialist. I'm not sure what the problem is, but sometimes tubes in the eardrums help similar problems and an ENT doc would be the one to do that surgery. ...Read more
Can everyone learn something difficult at a fast rate only they can understand? For example, learning complicated scientific equations at a fast pace.
No: Different people learn different things at different speeds. I leaned pathology and keyboard rapidly, and learned swimming and skydiving much slower than other people. There are efficient and inefficient ways to learn stuff, but if somebody is offering you a wishful-thinking "magic learning" system to master quantum physics overnight, call your district attorney. ...Read more
There is any scientific studies, about life with nissen wrap after 20year or more? What kind complication you can have?
Long term study: Yes, and you may read it here http://www. Pcomsurgery. Org/files/articles/laparoscopicfundoplication10years. Pdf. ...Read more
Your question made me think of two things - first the definition of the study of changes/diseases in a population - Epidemiology.
http://www. Who. Int/childgrowth/publications/WHO_growth_charts. Pdf
But if you want an interesting read about the history of the development of the growth charts:
http://www. Who. Int/childgrowth/publications/WHO_growth_charts. Pdf ...Read more
Try the site below:
Http://www. Choosemyplate. Gov/
this us govt website is a good starting point. ...Read more
Not true: Forgive my frankness. Go to an old graveyard and see how long people used to live. Read the works of charles dickens. Look at old photos of sick people. In the developed world, the old killers -- childbirth, malnutrition, epidemic infections, diarrhea, TB -- are mostly memories. Don't buy into obvious untruths. It's not worthy of you. ...Read more
I have a huge problem with craving unhealthy food. What is the most effective scientific way to decrease my cravings?
Support: Breaking such a habit is often very difficult. True, your cravings may be caused by some other issues, but I would first see a Dr. Whom can hopefully get you steered in the right direction- nutritionist or even discussing your problem with a psychologist. ...Read more
lachryma papaveris: Opium is derived from the flower pods of the poppy seed plant (papaver somniferum). Opium (lachryma papaveris) is the dried latex or sap that is extracted from tearing of the pods. Opium contains chemicals know by their own scientific name: morphine [ (5α, 6α)-7, 8-didehydro- 4, 5-epoxy- 17- methylmorphinan- 3, 6-diol)], codeine, & other alkaloids such as thebaine and oripavine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Found a Couple Names: Xyrophobia: the fear of razor blades, straight razors, and/or other shaving devices, also the fear of shaving or being shaved. I also found aichmophobia: the fear of knives or other sharp objects. ...Read more
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