What makes a credible scientist?
For me, I think that a credible scientist is someone who is very confident in doing his line of work, and also a type of person that doesn’t give up just because of a small error that he can’t overcome, but try his best to solve that problem with all the resources he can do.
Why is the scientific ‘way of knowing’ used in medicine compared to other ways of knowing?
In the scientific way of knowing that is compared to other ways of knowing, such as religions, beliefs, cults, etc, it is more used in medicine because of how it is more reliable and proven to be more accurate than the different religions and also believes, for example, the scientific ways of knowing is more reliable and used because of the number of experiments they have done in order to achieve the accurate way, but in different “ways of knowing”, it is less reliable because it is not completely proven to be successful.
Reflecting on scientific investigations is important because you can get more accurate results by repeating investigations with improvements to your method. How would you improve your seed dispersal investigation if you were to repeat it?
If I was to repeat my seed dispersal investigation, I could have done better if I have only included more details within my investigation and also have included more scientific words, for example, within my investigation, I only had a couple of words, such as system malfunction. And also when I had done my experiment’s report, I had forgotten to include some details in when I have done the experiment, so next time, I would add more details in my investigation.