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scientific

(sī′ən-tĭf′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or employing the methodology of science.

sci′en·tif′i·cal·ly adv.
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He said that beyond the verbal claims based on mere historical antecedents, on the 'treatment' or medicinal ability of an element, there should be empirical studies that were scientifically established.
The NIAID officials note that the validation of the HIV treatment as prevention strategy and acceptance of the U=U concept as scientifically sound have numerous behavioural, social and legal implications and can help control the HIV pandemic by preventing HIV transmission as it can reduce the stigma that many people with HIV face.
eHarmony's scientifically proven matching system decodes the mystery of compatibility and chemistry so you don't have to.
What are some examples of these phenomena that definitely exist and can be observed yet cannot be explained scientifically, and are therefore usually dismissed as nonsense, superstition or a product of deception or trickery?
Ashley Harris is cofounder and chief executive officer of Manhattan-based LoveBug Probiotics, which has developed a complete, scientifically advanced probiotics line, including products targeting infants and children.
(3) The scripture is scientifically accurate because every word has been inspired by God and God cannot lie (Heb.
It's also a scientifically proven fact that a lot of it will be landing on your head during summer if you're British - even if you live abroad.
"Baba Ramdev has immense contribution to yoga in making it popular and taking it to masses but he has not done it scientifically.
The PMDC has prepared an action plan to bind all hospitals to dispose of their medical waste scientifically and the errand hospitals will be penalised.
Synopsis: "Grow Up Your Ego: Ten Scientifically Validated Stages to Emotional and Spiritual Maturity" delivers scientific backing for the stages of ego growth, what it means to have a mature ego, and the steps to take for getting there.
Draft rules that would require oil and gas drillers to scientifically establish the quality of aquifers around sites before drilling occurs if done well would be cheap insurance and provide a first line of defense for Wyoming citizens, two environmental groups say.
PULSE was formulated to be scientifically effective by containing ingredients that are widely considered to be critical to adult health.

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