the act of falsifying, or making false; a counterfeiting; the giving to a thing an appearance of something which it is not (noun)
knowingly false statement or wilful misrepresentation (noun)
showing an item of charge in an account to be wrong (noun)
Examples of word falsification
Ëœfalsification/corroborationâ„¢ disjunction offered by Popper is far too logically neat: non-corroboration is not necessarily falsification, and falsification of a high-level scientific theory is never brought about by an isolated observation or set of observations.
I should point out, Coyne, for all his bravdo about science and falsification, is affiliated with a discipline (evolutionary biology) that is notorious for its lack of falsifiability and lack of direct experimental evidences, and thus its lack of real science.
But in the end, exact solution, including calculations allowing exact falsification, is impossible, by principle, since people cannot exist when the only energy available is zero-point energy.
Scientists know that falsification is the way to determine if something is false.
This is known as falsification, which is required by the scientific method.