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In our first school days, we were told that our magnificent solar system consisted of nine planets and that was not debatable. This knowledge followed the discovery of Pluto as the ninth planet from Tombaugh's 1930 research findings (Brunier, 209). A month after his research finding Pluto was publicly declared a new discovery and the ninth planet. As a planet and a new [url=http://www.getconversational.com]hollister france[/url] discovery, Pluto remained in astronomical textbooks until august 2006 when it was deprived off the title courtesy of International Astronomical Union. The union ruled out Pluto as a planet based on their newly developed rules that required planets to have clear orbits. If perfect research exists, then revising the previous findings on Pluto as a planet was irrelevant and hence we could have remained with Pluto as the ninth planet. This concludes that hopes of conducting perfect research are unrealistic (Griffiths 97).
Perfection of research is a controversial question due to the possibility of questions that may arise from the topic. However basing on the initial definition of a research all the possible questions will find answers that fit perfectly. The second reason for involvement in research is to find new discoveries, or to find an idea that never existed. If research were perfect, then all discoveries would have been made by now and there would no need to struggle with further studies. In 1803, an amazing scholar named John Dalton discovered the smallest and indestructible particle that forms the building block of matter. According to John Dalton, an atom was the smallest indivisible particle of matter. His research findings implied that the journey towards finding the smallest particle had ended. These discoveries however did not withstand the test of time since other scholars such [url=http://www.1855sacramento.com/woolrich.php]woolrich parka[/url] as J.J. Thompson (1900) and Rutherford (1910) discovered that there is more beyond Dalton's atom. Their studies led to the discovery of other smaller particles such as electrons and ions that forms the [url=http://www.bankonco.com/hollister.php]hollister[/url] atom (Francis and Kirkpatrick, 479). Further research proved that [url=http://www.materialistanyces.com]louboutin[/url] there is a possibility of splitting the once indestructible atom creating a need to revise Dalton's research findings. If [url=http://www.vivid-host.com/barbour.htm]barbour uk outlet[/url] there was a possibility of a perfect research, then people would have been satisfied with Dalton and hence the modern nuclear power plants would be in existent.
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