Predictive testable Hypotheses are used to support a Theory
Hypotheses are part of the process which we refer to as the scientific method. A hypothesis is a question that we can ask in the form of an experiment which produces a result.
If our theory is correct then the result of the experiment will confirm the hypothesis. The scientific method has a few simple rules.
- Theories are based on hypotheses.
- Hypotheses are scientific if they are predictive and testable.
Therefore Matty’s Paradigm can only be a theory of creation if it’s based on predictive testable hypotheses.
A technical note here is that, technically speaking, a scientific hypothesis must be predictive, testable and falsifiable. The problem with this is that the truth can’t be falsified, if it could it wouldn’t be true. Using falsifiability as a measure of scientific validity has the effect of making mainstream science (SciPop) and the truth MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE. This is known as Popper’s Paradox.
If you care to look at these predictive testable hypotheses you’ll see that we (that’s me and the Holy spirit) are demonstrating an inherent weakness of the scientific method. It’s fair to say that the scientific method may be used to destroy the scientific method, that’s how utterly ridiculous it is. It’s what happens when you let atheist intellectual elites design the process by which you investigate the truth. The truth is that God is a Spirit. Atheists don’t want you to know that. Therefore the scientific method is designed to make finding the truth impossible.
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