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In the 18th century, Carolus Linnaeus classified organisms based on their structural similarities.

Modern classification determines relationships more accurately beca...

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In the 18th century, Carolus Linnaeus classified organisms based on their structural similarities.

Modern classification determines relationships more accurately because it is based on genetic and other biochemical similarities.
This change in classification method best illustrates that (1) multiple trials are required to increase the validity of a scientific explanation (2) scientific explanations are subject to the ethical view of the scientist proposing them (3) peer review is required to validate the results of scientific investigations (4) all scientific explanations are tentative and subject to change and improvement

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(4) all scientific explanations are tentative and subject to change and improvement

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