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What does it mean to say "Science is dynamic"?

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What we know as scientists is based solely on what we can prove in the laboratory or through experimentation. As we make technological advancements we can start to ask more and more sophisticated questions, and come up with more and more sophisticated theories about how the world around us works. Science is dynamic because what scientists believe can change.
Means Science is Dynamic in Nature....it’s not a fixed set of facts & doesn’t simply represent the ‘truth’ about the natural world, but changes through time as new data are collected. Darwin was alive at a time when scientists were redefining a whole range of concepts (‘species’, for one). Scientists are constantly coming up with new questions, new interpretations, and new opinions. And because of this, it is eventually self-correcting.
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