Scientific law

Scientific law,

Definition of Scientific law:

  1. An independently and sufficiently verified description of a direct link between cause and effect of a phenomenon, deduced from experiments and/or observations. Scientific laws are considered established and universally applicable (to certain class of things or phenomenon under appropriate conditions) but not necessarily definitive. Also called laws of science.

How to use Scientific law in a sentence?

  1. Gravity has become known to the general population as one of the first discovered and most universal of all scientific law s.
  2. This opinion, I know, is at variance with that of many gentlemen possessing great practical experience, as well as scientific law acquirements.
  3. Steve wanted to sleep in and not go to work, but he knew that if he did his termination would be as immutable as scientific law .

Meaning of Scientific law & Scientific law Definition