# Question #7a9ef

The scientist (ideally!) realizes (i) that a proposition could be wrong, and (ii) (more likely) he or she could be wrong. Therefore, the scientist (and I am careful to use a gender neutral noun here) devises experiments that rigorously test the proposition that is advanced. An important feature of a scientific hypothesis is thus its so-called $\text{falsifiability}$. What results would you anticipate in an experiment if your hypothesis is WRONG.