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A strongly supported claim in science should be regard

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    What are your choices?

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    correct, but something that can always be revised.
    necessarily true.
    meaningless but fun.
    correct, and never needing revision.

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    Thank you.

    Now which do you think is correct?

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    correct, but something that can always be revised? But can't find the exact answer in text, urrrg!

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