Yes, and if even one experiment rules it out, you're then supposed to drop the hypothesis and go on without considering it anymore.
Originally Posted by vincecate
An experiment is where you use you hypothesis to predict how the world behaves in a specific situation and then you compare your prediction with how the world behaves.
If this is behavior which has already been tested before, you just compare to how it's already known to behave. This is the initial sanity check any hypothesis should go through, how does it do against experiments that have already been done. A problem in many of these threads is that the proponent of the hypothesis don't know enough (about all the experiments already done in order to establish current scientific knowledge) to make that sanity check, and tends to get too wedded to the idea to drop it once it's pointed out that there are these extra experiments already performed which break the idea.
People have told you about many ways in which your hypothesis makes predictions that don't fit how the world behaves, essentially making experiments. If you claim to use the scientific method, it is time for you to act as a scientist and accept that your hypothesis doesn't fit how the world behaves.
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