unscientific

(redirected from unscientifically)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
Related to unscientifically: nonscientific

unscientific

Unproven, see there.
References in periodicals archive ?
Speaking unscientifically, this feels to me like some sort of fractal "deja vu all over again.
This space is popularly and unscientifically associated with the "supernatural"--when it is in fact a phenomenological and even psychological actively-constitutive topos about which Andrei Plesu goes as far as to say that it is an inner faculty specially created for perceiving other trans-dimensions of reality.
And the administration's demand for increased scrutiny of doctors' painkiller prescriptions unscientifically ignores the evidence that such crackdowns discourage medically appropriate pain treatment, leaving some patients in agony to prevent others from getting high.
Another way to increase cultural competency with African Americans is by avoiding the use of unscientifically based criteria in the assessment and diagnosis of issues affecting their mental health.
Shahida said that Karachi is producing about 10,000 tons of garbage out of which not more than 50 percent is lifted and unscientifically disposed of because of non-commitment of the concerned staff.
Unscientifically, I'd say the Lehr was slightly quieter than my gas mower, but not by much.
We have ignored the scientific data and, by unscientifically grounded political laws and policies and "hair-brained" thinking on the part of educators, we have headed down costly and unproductive roads that are cultural dead end streets.
Its regulation focuses on any 'new' organism (strangely and unscientifically defined as one which contains combinations of DNA from unrelated sources) that might, for example, literally eat up oil spills.
This method of large-n research is in contrast to the use of descriptive inference, as commonly used in legal scholarship, where scholars unscientifically generalize about the world from empirically examining small parts of it.
He unscientifically ascribes human qualities to foxes; humans can be vicious but the fox, like any wild animal, kills for food.
In many cases are information systems planned unscientifically and value of the information security is on a very low rate.
In the end, I suggest we should not have to choose between these two types of reading, but should work with the fragments unscientifically yielded by both to reflect upon the practice of faithful Christian living in our day.