Noun(1) any evidence that helps to establish the falsity of something(2) the act of determining that something is false
(1) In the United States, nebulous factors like ├ö├ç├┐leadership├ö├ç├û or ├ö├ç├┐overcoming adversity├ö├ç├û have likewise served as automatic offsets whose validity or lack of validity is not subject to proof or disproof .(2) the answer ought to turn on considerations that are susceptible to verification or disproof(3) The endlessly announced death, disproof and fraudulence of psychoanalysis is not merely the sport of bigots.(4) It is not a direct proof that the mind is something more than a machine, but a schema of disproof for any particular version of mechanism that may be put forward.(5) I'm probably getting certain particulars of this wrong, but there's a basic principle in scientific theory: an hypothesis, to be a real hypothesis, must be capable of disproof .(6) Failure to support the hypothesis cannot be construed as disproof , but it docs indicate that the hypothesis subsumes significant underlying variations in the structures it homologizes.(7) considerations that are subject to scientific verification or disproof(8) the theory also provides a disproof of the principle of closure(9) The more such hypotheses resist disproof and the more evidence supporting these hypotheses are found, the better these hypotheses will do.(10) Science must always allow itself doubt in order to advance: it is not simply a case of complying with Karl Popper's strictures on the need for theories to be vulnerable to disproof .(11) This is an attempt to bring us to a better understanding of the Second Law of Thermodynamics, which the creationists - through willful ignorance - gleefully flaunt as their disproof of science.(12) Rex was living disproof of the youth-preserving powers imputed to life in the college(13) It seems to me intellectually entirely consistent, emotionally true in lots of ways, and unbelievable only on the balance of probabilities, which is no disproof at all.(14) Maybe there is a mathematical proof deciding this question; maybe every mathematical question is decidable by an intuitive proof or disproof .(15) It is true that biblical creation is not the only alternative, so it is not proven by disproof of evolution.(16) Science is not yet equipped to answer the ultimate questions perhaps, but at least it looks for proof or disproof and is ever-changing as new evidence appears.
(1) disproof :: gwrthbrofi
1. refutal ::
3. refutation ::
1. proof ::
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