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Paul Peter Urone + 1 other
ISBN: 9781938168000
Textbook Problem

Theorists have had spectacular success in predicting previously unknown particles. Considering past theoretical triumphs, why should we bother to perform experiments?

To determine

The reason for the scientists bother to perform experiments in science by considering past theoretical triumphs.

Explanation

Theorists predict the unknown particles but the existence of these particles can only be confirmed by performing the experiments. Mostly, a hypothesis given by theorist can prove to be incorrect on the basis of experimental evidence.

Einstein rejected a theory named as spooky action at a distance which was related to the quantum mechanics...

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