THE INCLUSIONARY TYPES OF ACCEPTABLE SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

R Stewart
2016 unpublished
and Presented Problem: In any and all sciences new data, evidence, and improvement over a previous peer reviewed paper is essential in order for any and all sciences to continue to make progress. However, although each science field, discipline, sub-discipline, and all related categories to each science itself has its own applicable areas of applied evidence, there may be additional forms of "unknown evidence" that may be able to be used. That currently may not be known for the most part, that
more » ... he most part, that would certainly add to the credibility of any and all peer reviewed scientific papers. The aims and goals of this paper are to discuss the additional types of applicable forms of evidence that many scientists and researchers may not be currently aware of, recognize, or even realize, until the publishing of this paper.
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