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robbie1298

  • one year ago

what is a scientific law ?

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  1. singlesixx
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    Scientific laws are statements that have been proven, without a doubt, to be true. It is physically impossible to do anything that would break them, such as falling up, or creating a perpetual motion machine (a device that creates creates more energy than it uses or creates the same amount of energy as it uses). The most basic laws are Newton's laws.

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