The science books do not have evidence nor proof!!!!!!! (physics)?
- jeffrcalLv 72 months ago
I'm not sure I understand your question. Proof is what mathematicians do, not scientists.
Scientists practice the Scientific Method so they have evidence of a wide variety of phenomena. The results of their experiments are often reported in science books but you are free to do those experiments yourself.
This "question" seems rather awkward. Try rephrasing and being more specific.
- oldschoolLv 72 months ago
Look up the word "experiment." For example: is newspaper flammable? Experiment using a cigarette lighter to confirm newspaper is flammable. Scientists have performed experiments for centuries and have confirmed thousands of phenomena. Now you know.
- DixonLv 72 months ago
Hello Henry .
- kuiperbelt2003Lv 72 months ago
Yes, yes they do.
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- az_lenderLv 72 months ago
Some physics books describe the experiments that led to the conclusions, but there's a limited amount of time and space for instruction, so the conclusions are often presented without the history of the arguments and evidence.
- Barney GoogleLv 72 months ago
evidence of physics?
- RichardLv 72 months ago
That is why science classes have laboratory sessions. They show you how scientists demonstrate a phenomenon.
Science is the pursuit of TRUTH. Religion is based on FAITH, not facts.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Go back to bleating "god did it" if you feel better.