Biology by P. Raven et al.

By P. Raven et al.

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As the British philosopher Karl Popper has pointed out, successful scientists without exception design their experiments with a pretty fair idea of how the results are going to come out. They have what Popper calls an “imaginative preconception” of what the truth might be. Because insight and imagination play such a large role in scientific progress, some scientists are better at science than others—just as Bruce Springsteen stands out among songwriters or Claude Monet stands out among Impressionist painters.

Each step would reject one of two mutually incompatible alternatives, as though trial-and-error testing would inevitably lead a researcher through the maze of uncertainty to the ultimate scientific answer. If this were the case, a computer would make a good scientist. But science is not done this way. As the British philosopher Karl Popper has pointed out, successful scientists without exception design their experiments with a pretty fair idea of how the results are going to come out. They have what Popper calls an “imaginative preconception” of what the truth might be.

5 bya. Porpoise Horse analogous structures, such as the wings of birds and butterflies, which have similar function but different evolutionary origins. Molecular evidence Evolutionary patterns are also revealed at the molecular level. By comparing the genomes (that is, the sequences of all the genes) of different groups of animals or plants, we can more precisely specify the degree of relationship among the groups. A series of evolutionary changes over time should involve a continual accumulation of genetic changes in the DNA.

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