Karl Raimund Popper suggested one can discriminate science from non-science on the basis of the falsifiability, that is, using the null hypothesis to design an experiment.
Unlike his peers, Karl Popper argued induction is never actually used by the scientist.<ref>Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy</ref>
The Chemistry Book includes many other biographies.
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