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Scientific controversy

A scientific controversy is some form of substantial disagreement among scientists or between scientists and other groups of people. Scientific controversies range from those over the validity of major theories to those between scientific and non-scientific viewpoints.[1]

List of scientific controversies

See also

References

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  2. ^ Alex, a Parrot Who Had a Way With Words, Dies - New York Times


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