A scientific method refers to the technique of carrying out investigation and recording of knowledge which is based upon the systematic collection of evidence as a result of careful experiments. The basic approach to problem-solving in a scientific manner is more or less common in most arenas. Initially, hypotheses may be put forward in order to explain the cause for certain phenomena. Experiments conducted to prove a hypothesis can lead scientists and researchers to concrete conclusions about the validity of proposed claims. Furthermore, the scientific method should be objective and unbiased.
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