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FUNDAMENTALLY, what is relation between EVOLUTION and science fact?

MIT OCW Biology
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Evolution is a scientific theory that is the interpretation of the collective body of evidence formed from observations and experimentation. Verifiable observation is what becomes a scientific fact and multiple facts help develop the foundation of a scientific theory.
Evolution is a scientific theory, as stated above. A theory normally cannot be proven or dis proven by scientific means. As you will likely not ever see anything evolve before your eyes, it is unable to be proven as a fact.
Evolution and science fact : I think have a relation, if theres no evolution so theres no science fact... Evolution is one of science fact :) IMO :)

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