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Throughout the ages, experimentation has been used by many as a way to make new discoveries. The use of experimentation is used to validate the previously spoken hypothesis by either proving, or disproving, that which was spoken to begin with. The most common usage of experimentation is performed by those who are in the sciences as a stepping stone towards instrumental innovations, such as the creation of medicines and vaccines to heal the ailing and sick.


In the article titled "Effects of nickel and temperature on the ground beetle", authors Agnieszka J. Bednarska and Ryszard Laskowski set out to address the effects of nickel on the ground beetle. They start the article with a notion that is very common throughout the science world. The idea that all living things are exposed to outsides inhibitors which can greatly impact their ability to survive and to function. These inhibitors can include a lack of available nourishment, moisture, and also temperatures which can cripple even the most thriving outside environment.
"Nickel (Ni) occurring element, but anthropogenic sources are responsible for its elevated concentrations in the environment. Since industrialization, large amounts of Ni have been released to the environment, especially from burning fossil fuels," Adding that, "Nickel is usually emitted from smelters as very fine dust particles which remain in the atmosphere for a long time and can be transported to long distances. ...
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