Beyond a reasonable doubt

From Iron Chariots Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Overview

The term, beyond a reasonable doubt is found often in science and the U.S. judicial system. It means that enough evidence has been provided such that any reasonable person would agree with the conclusion.

One of the common misconceptions about the scientific method is that claims can be proven like they can in mathematics. This isn't the case. Nothing in science is absolutely proven. All one can do is demonstrate the claim beyond a reasonable doubt.

Personal tools
Namespaces
Variants
Actions
wiki navigation
IronChariots.Org
Toolbox