Say, say, say, say it isn't so...Luke, I am your father or the proof is NOT in the pudding, it's in the results.
An Integrated, Interdisciplinary, Thematic unit on the scientific method. How do scientists learn more about the natural world? Scientists learn new information by performing investigations which can be done many different ways. Some investigations involve simply observing something that occurs and recording the observations. Other investigations involve setting up experiments that tests the effect of one thing on another. Although scientists do not always follow a rigid set of steps, investigations often follow a general pattern. An organized set of investigation procedures is called the scientific method.