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The scientific method
At the core of biology and other sciences lies a problem-solving approach called the scientific method. The scientific method has five basic steps, plus one feedback step:
- Make an observation.
- Ask a question.
- Form a hypothesis, or testable explanation.
- Make a prediction based on the hypothesis.
- Test the prediction.
- Iterate: use the results to make new hypotheses or predictions.
The scientific method is used in all sciences—including chemistry, physics, geology, and psychology. The scientists in these fields ask different questions and perform different tests. However, they use the same core approach to find answers that are logical and supported by evidence.
Saint Germain is purported to also have been Francis Bacon who is the Father of the Scientific Method who also wrote (in secret) the Shakespearean Plays because Shakespeare in reality could neither read nor write. But, because Bacon was the illegitimate son of Queen Elizabeth I of England and royal Exchequer of London at the time he couldn't be seen writing what he wrote likely without being either imprisoned or executed because he was a part of royalty and nobility in England so he had to do this in secret.
So, when I was raised by my parents in the Saint Germain Foundation which is a Christian sect religion that believes in reincarnation, Jesus and Saint Germain and other Ascended Masters I took to heart that Saint Germain as Francis Bacon was the father of the Scientific Method. I made this precept my own and applied it to ALL things in life. Because in the end asking questions is the foundation of all wisdom and knowledge available to mankind past, present and future.
Often the questions are much more important than the answers because by formulating the right questions literally all answers can eventually be found by someone in the human race and one of these questions or (many of these questions) might save mankind from extinction now or into the future.