What is scientific proof?
Now that atheist animals have taken over science it’s the duty of Theists like me to teach the atheist animals about science. I have reasoned out just exactly what scientific proof is.
So what is scientific proof (as opposed to mathematical proof)?
Scientific proof can best be described as: A conclusion drawn from a repeatable observation that does not violate Ockham’s razor.
For something to be considered scientific proof it must meet those two requirements: not violating Ockham’s razor (making the least possible amount of assumptions) and being drawn from a repeatable observation.
Or in other words the conclusion drawn from a repeatable observation making the least possible amount of assumptions.
A repeatable observation is an observation that is produced over and over again (yielding the same results).
Some people in the past may have considered Newtonian gravity to be proven, but through Ockham’s razor you would’ve only concluded that in certain conditions Newtonian gravity is extremely accurate, not that Newtonian gravity works for everything in all conditions. We can see the importance of making the least possible amount of assumptions (Ockham’s razor) in drawing conclusions.
Unfortunately in modern times now that atheists have taken over science many physicists don’t even know what scientific proof even is or even what Ockham’s razor is (some even have the wrong definition). In modern times some physicists don’t even rely upon empirical observations but instead mathematical speculations.
In order for something to be considered as proof, always make the least possible amount of assumptions.