nonscientific

nonscientific

(ˌnɒnsaɪənˈtɪfɪk)
adj
not of, relating to, derived from, or used in science
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Too many politicians have arts degrees, so many are non-technical and nonscientific.
My primary target audience for this book is nonscientific believers with a young earth creationist (YEC)/fundamentalist background who wish to be better informed about human evolution and how this might influence one's theology.
Read the information about scientific and nonscientific questions below.
Perhaps no one has done more to educate the nonscientific community about the universe than Tyson.
Citing many sciences that are important to ES--geology, biology, hydrology, climatology, oceanography, soil science, and meteorology--the book includes nonscientific fields as well, such as environmental philosophy and environmental economics.
"Ecological terms have been popping up in nonscientific literature more and more--symbiosis, ecosystem, things like that.
Industry association EuropaBio says the legislation will hurt innovation because it allows member states to challenge GMOs "on nonscientific grounds."
The nonscientific survey produced the anticipated results of 38 percent saying yes and 62 percent no.
Teens who are science-minded and want a more in-depth account of the Mars missions and discoveries will want to go elsewhere, but this volume should satisfy the curiosity of any nonscientific thinker and perhaps lead them to seek out more.--Laura Lehner.
Whether or not you believe in global warming, my strictly nonscientific assessment is it's been a long time since I suffered weather envy.
In Texas Weekly's mid-August nonscientific survey of government and political insiders, several people described the candidates - minus Christian and Sitton - as relative unknowns.
IN your feature on parenting a question to 'Ask the Expert' - "Does my two year old still need to drink cow's milk?" - is met with an ill-informed and nonscientific response (Telegraph, June 19).