What Is The Value Of Scientific Law?


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A scientific law is the result of a set of observations. Something is known as a law when as far as anyone knows it is completely true and there are no exceptions - for example, the law of gravity: There are no cases where this law doesn't apply. As for the value of it, once something is classified as a law there is no need to go on testing it.

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