How simple ideas lead to scientific discoveries - Adam Savage
Lesson created by Terri Randall using
Video from TED-Ed YouTube Channel
Scientific knowledge is simultaneously reliable and tentative. Having confidence in scientific knowledge is reasonable while realizing that such knowledge may be abandoned or modified in light of new evidence or re-conceptualization of prior evidence and knowledge.Although no single universal step-by-step scientific method captures the complexity of doing science, a number of shared values and perspectives characterize a scientific approach to understanding nature.