Derby #165: The Scientific Method

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Sometimes in life when you want answers, you've got to find them yourself. Almost every idiot knows you can't just cite Wikipedia, so sometimes you've got to get your hands dirty with a little scientific experimentation to get your explanation. This week, show us your take on the Scientific Method. Maybe you'll attest to the value of repeatable results, show us an experiment in motion, or just cram a beaker onto a cute fuzzy animal design and say, "IT'S TOTALLY SCIENCE!" Of course the Scientific Method is all about rules, like our omnipresent rule about not "borrowing" copyrighted works or trademarked characters, so here are yours:

No text. You can use numbers and mathematic equations.

No video games.

No Star Wars.

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