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When reading science articles in newspapers, magazines, or on the Internet, why should you look for the authors' biases?

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    Because biases sometimes leave out necessary things. A bias means the article is only one sided (most of the time). You need to pick out what sounds like it is the author's opinion, so you can decided for yourself if it is the same opinion you have. Or, if things were left out of the article to support the author' bias.

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    thanks brooke, I look at your question, and it's way too hard for me. lol. i'm not in high school yet.

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    oh sorry! should I make it more simple? :)

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    sure :] then probably more people would understand it and be able to help. lol.

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    lol ok...so bascially, science changes as technology changes. When one thing changes, it allows for crazy ideas to become real. So, New technology allows for new things to be made, and for old ideas to be changed (because new technology allows us to study older methods and change them accordingly)....Is that more understandable?

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    aha lol. i understood your first answer. I didn't understand the question you were asking in your own post. lol. I guess there is no way to make your question for understandable though, I read it again and I still didn't understand your own post. lol.

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    lol I sort of figured out my question lol but thanks! I am hoping that someone will be able to tell me if there is something I missed, which I am sure I did. But its ok that its not understandable, high school physics does that to yah!:)

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