Biology

Scientific experiments often produce new scientific knowledge. What usually happens if a scientific experiment generates new knowledge that doesn't agree with an existing theory? A. The new knowledge is used to reevaluate the theory. B. The new knowledge is ignored in favor of the old theory. C. Scientists choose whichever side seems to have the most followers. D. Science is abandoned as a way to generate knowledge.


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A. The new knowledge is used to reevaluate the theory. When newer information is found on something, the theory is changed and updated based on the more reliable information. 

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