Sorry, I used the word simulation incorrectly; I actually meant experiment.
I wanted to explain the scientific process to a "just a theory" friend. But I realized I need to know more detail about the process, before I try to pass my bits and pieces of knowledge. Since there is no clear-cut...
If Darwin had to propose his ideas (for the very first time) today in a scientific journal, he will have to do it as a hypothesis? And later who accepts or approves it as a theory? Also why Katharine Milton's ideas are a hypothesis, not a theory?
Ideally, I would like to see an article on the PF insights about the scientific process about how we come up with laws, theories, and hypothesis. May be I missed, if so, please point me to the right page.
My specific questions are as follows:
Is there a lab experimental evidence a must to...
I used https://www.taxact.com/tools/tax-bracket-calculator.asp and https://smartasset.com/taxes/california-tax-calculator#GraGGTOArq
The federal tax comes to 33,000 and state tax comes to 7200 (both the numbers using a taxable income of 142K and after rounding). So tax is 33,000 + 7,200 =...
I live in bay area, comparable age, salary and job. My financials are not that bad, since we have a double income. But many of my single income coworkers are in the same boat. Here are the expenses I can think of:
Base Salary = 160,000
401K deduction = 18,000
Net Income = 160,000 - 18,000 =...
Personal life could be interesting to some people. That's why there are biographies about famous people, and people buy them.
No one is saying we need to mix the scientist's accomplishments with his personal life. This thread is not about his scientific accomplishments.