A phrase used to give validity to a point that would otherwise be entirely absurd.
Ron Burgundy: I'm a man who discovered the wheel and built the Eiffel Tower out of metal and brawn. That's what kind of man I am. You're just a woman with a small brain. With a brain a third the size of us. It's science.
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An exclamation added after suggesting an idea that is obviously terrible, or a request with sexual undertones.
1. You know beer pong, where you have a drink for each point? We should try beer-scrabble!... for science!

2. so you used to do a pole-dancing workout? you should send me a video of that.. for science!
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I thought science was just a word until I saw what it stood for.
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An exclamation used to justify whenever someone does something just for the heck of it, or to see what would happen; it was not done needlessly, but rather for the advancement of science!
Typically spoken of either in a comical Bill Nye way or in an insane, mad scientist way. Props, like a working Tesla coil, are recommended but not required.
- Dude, we have to microwave this lump of moldy cheese... FOR SCIENCE!
- I need to put a duck in a vat of Jell-o. FOR SCIENCE!
etc.
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A system of understanding the physical universe that is open to adapting to new information, even if that new information means that what was previously assumed to be true has to be henceforth regarded as false.

Contrary to popular belief, a scientist does not (or at least should not) attempt to prove their theories correct, but rather attempt to find any flaw in the theory, so as to gain a better understanding of the fundamental principal being studied
The difference between Astronomy and Astrology is that Astronomy has undergone numerous changes in the course of its history. Astrology, on the other hand, still suggests that someone born in, say, late October, is a "Libra" when in fact the zodiacal constallation the sun was in when they were born would in fact be Virgo.
This is an easy way of seeing why Astronomy is a science, while Astrology is now mostly relegated to the horoscopes section of the newspaper.
by 1Kain3 August 23, 2008
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