The translation of a hypothesis into specific, testable procedures that can be measured and observed is called?


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An experiment.  One can argue that the process of life from it's measurable beginnings to today reflects God's experiment with his Sons and Man to prove that to serve him is the most liberating System of Governance and that the methods of production (economics) and science which he has designed have proven to be the only ones for eternal life and everlasting peace...

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