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'''For a discussion of SCA Sciences you should see the [[Sciences]] article'''
 
'''For a discussion of SCA Sciences you should see the [[Sciences]] article'''
 
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Scientific progress, as we think of it, was limited during early [[period]]. This changed later in period, especially during the [[Renaissance]], and it was then that "proper" scientific method was developed and the study of the world became seperate to the teachings of [[religeon]].
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Scientific progress, as we think of it, was limited during early [[period]]. Scientific thought bloomed during the [[Renaissance]], when "proper" [[scientific method]] was developed and the study of the world became separate to the teachings of [[religion]].
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Latest revision as of 04:29, 17 March 2009

For a discussion of SCA Sciences you should see the Sciences article


Scientific progress, as we think of it, was limited during early period. Scientific thought bloomed during the Renaissance, when "proper" scientific method was developed and the study of the world became separate to the teachings of religion.