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moduel 1 assignment

Does the exhibit demonstrate the Scientific Method? Pay close attention to the final conclusions. "From Stability to Change." Based upon data, is the author's statement a logical one: "As we'll see, it is this movement which life captures and makes use of to move itself it the opposite direction, from less probable to more probable, from disorder to all the organized complexity we think of as life."?

The author in some aspects does demonstrate the Scientific Method, he made an observation and he asked a question. He looked at prior findings and formulated a hypothesis from the prior findings. Also in the “From Stability to Change” he make a prediction tested the hypothesis, collected and interpreted data also in the end he drew a conclusion that “As we'll see, it is this movement which life captures and makes use of to move itself it the opposite direction, from less probable to more probable, from disorder to all the organized complexity we think of as life”.
The author's statement: "As we'll see, it is this movement which life captures and makes use of to move itself it the opposite direction, from less probable to more probable, from disorder to all the organized complexity we think of as life." A logical statement the reason is that because life does move us in directions with the events that happen to us in life, there for we move from less probable direction to a more probable direction.

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