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"As it turns out, despite its incredible explanatory power, Newton's hypothesis was wrong," says Dave.
"Albert Einstein (1879-1955) provided a hypothesis that is closer to the truth, which can be stated as 'objects with mass cause space to bend.' This hypothesis discards the idea of a gravitational field and introduces the concept of space as .
Following the scientific method, we come up with a question that we want to answer, we do some initial research, and then before we set out to answer the question by performing an experiment and observing what happens, we first clearly identify what we "think" will happen.
This formulaic approach to making a statement about what you "think" will happen is the basis of most science fair projects and much scientific exploration.
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If you insist on using Google, opt for Google Scholar.
If you keep in mind the format of a well-constructed hypothesis, you should find that writing your hypothesis is not difficult to do. The above hypothesis is too simplistic for most middle- to upper-grade science projects, however.
You'll also find that in order to write a solid hypothesis, you need to understand what your variables are for your project. As you work on deciding what question you will explore, you should be looking for something for which the answer is not already obvious or already known (to you).