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Scientific method is an orderly, logical approach to understanding our world that involves gathering and analyzing data about a natural phenomenon, formulating hypotheses to explain the phenomenon, testing the hypotheses, which, if it survives, is put forth as a theory. Essay on geology 122 geology 122 javelosa, luis antonio a 2008-68085 plate tectonics as expressed in geological landforms and events: an exploration using global data and global visualization tools japan (convergent): japan features a very interesting series of geomorphological features.
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