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a) Laws, he said, are not direct generalizations of experience; they aren’t mere summaries of the points on the graph.
b) Poincaré had an especially interesting view of scientific induction.
c) Rather, the scientist declares the law to be some interpolated curve that is more or less smooth and so will miss some of those points.
d) Thus a scientific theory is not directly falsifiable by the data of experience; instead, the falsification process is more indirect.