A scientific theory is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the
natural world that is .... The scientific method involves the proposal and testing of
hypotheses, by deriving prediction...
A hypothesis become a theory if it is proved by experimental data. tested;
Mar 17, 2015 ... A scientific theory summarizes a hypothesis or group of hypotheses that have
been ... "For example, we have ample evidence of traits in populations becoming
more or less ... Any scientific theory must be based on a careful and rational .... If
anything that happens fits or can be made to fir the theory, then the ...
Hypotheses become theories with proper evidence. ... testable implies falsifiable
-- the outcome that our hypothesis was wrong must be, in principle, a possible ...
A scientist can collect and analyze data, and eventually publish a hypothesis
about the data. In order for that hypothesis to become a theory,... ... currently
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Aug 31, 2013 ... To remain a theory, it must never be shown to be wrong; if it is, the theory is
disproven (this also happens). Theories can also evolve.
Aug 18, 2014 ... Hypothesis: A tentative statement such as 'if A happens then B must ....
Hypotheses being tested thoroughly do exactly become theories.
So biological evolution is a theory (it is a well-supported, widely accepted, ... To
be accepted, they must be supported by many lines of evidence. ... Correction:
Hypotheses cannot become theories and theories cannot become laws. ... It is
often easier for students to generate an expectation (what they think will happen
Feb 1, 2008 ... A scientific law must always apply under the same conditions, and implies a .... to
support a hypothesis, then the hypothesis can become accepted as a .... and will
predict what will happen as long as those conditions are met.
At the very least, it must be possible to use the hypothesis as one of the ... we
sometimes become distracted by issues that aren't really to the point. ... exactly
what should happen if we have identified a correct hypothesis? ... of a well-
developed general theory with which only a few alternative hypotheses would be