Saturday October 3
10 - 11 AM SL time
A short history of the Scientific Method
by Robert A. Hendrix, MD
The scientific method has roots in natural proclivities of humanoid species: the human drive to explore, observe, and occasionally, experiment. With emergence of verbal language, the experience of the individual could be shared and remembered, and sometimes drawn, thereby becoming part of the collective memory, technology and culture of human society.
In the latter half of the hour, we will ask members of the audience to offer ideas as to how experiments can yield erroneous results as a lead-in to discussion of errors commonly made in experimental design and method.
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