What Is a Scientific Theory Give an Example?

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Scientific theory explains specific scientific observations. Theories must be falsifiable, and can be expressed with in some formal system of logic.
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A Scientific Theory is a concept verified by observations and expressed in verifiable scientific form. An example of a scientific theory is Albert Einstein's Theory of Telativity. He proposed this theory based on his calculations and it was later verified by observation.
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