Use the Internet or the IGlobal Resource System/Library to research articles on a recent scientific claim that you believe may or may not stand up to scientific testing..

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Question #1. Use the Internet or the IGlobal Resource System/Library to research articles on a recent scientific claim that you believe may or may not stand up to scientific testing.Choose (Links to an external site.) one example of a recent scientific claim that you believe may or may not stand up to scientific testing. Include an analysis of why the claim is or is not testable and valid. Propose suggestions for improving the credibility of the claim.


 Question #2: Watch the video titled "Launchpad: Methane on Mars" (5 min 40 sec). Be prepared to discuss. Video Source: NASA e-Clip (2009, October 21). Launchpad: Methane on Mars [Video file]. Retrieved from https://nasaeclips.arc.nasa.gov/video/launchpad/launchpad-methane-on-mars (Links to an external site.). Describe the challenges in collecting data and making observations in the methane study on Mars. Explain how NASA researchers are working to overcome these challenges. 

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