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  1. The most important and productive method is to get information using what nature has given us – sight, touch, and hearing. Well, and taste sensations, probably (although it is fraught with unpleasant consequences, for example, studying mushrooms “to taste”). We observe facts and phenomena directly, and then reason comes into play. The information received is analyzed, and the causes, process, and consequences are clarified. Analogies and logic methods are used. After that, the second place is taken by methods of obtaining secondary information – studying other people's experience, eyewitness accounts, books on the topic, films, etc. And then comes the turn of scientific methods, observational statistics, physical and chemical analyses. But there are also methods that are denied or not supported by science, intuitive, modeled by fantasy based on feelings and emotions. Because “I think so.”..

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