General Science / Re: Is science a religion.........well if not why is it defended as though it were« on: Yesterday at 23:10:38 »
So, even quantum theory has to comply with falsifiable principle. Otherwise, it won't be testable, which would make it unscientific.Agree. That principle seems to be implicit in the definition of a scientific theory, and is why string 'theory' is not yet in that class.
Alternatively, we've made some mistakes in interpreting some experimental results. We may simply haven't found proper assumptions that would make those results more sensible and consistent with observations on macroscopic objects, just yet.The predictions made by quantum theory are fully consistent with observations on macroscopic objects. Classical physics can be derived from quantum physics, but not v-v.
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