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Not Always ProvenPlay
Theories in science are well-substantiated explanations, but not always proven facts. SlideDarwin's theory of evolution remains a robust scientific framework.
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Broad ExplanationsPlay
Theories aim to explain broad patterns or phenomena, not isolated events. SlideThe germ theory of disease explains how diseases are transmitted.