Beyond the Data: A Primer on Filters

Physics is often described among the hard sciences, because of its "perceived methodological rigor, exactitude, and objectivity." In fact, in might be argued that many people perceive science as something that, once "discovered" or "tested" is fairly rigid, and the underlying assumption is that science is impersonal, and that nature speaks for itself through the clear-cut evidence it presents to researchers. The reality, however, is not the ideal picture painted above. The American Association for the Advancement of Science in the 1990's published Science for All Americans, which attempted to describe the nature of science. Terms it used to describe it included durable and tentative -- words

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