Discussion and Conclusion
In conclusion, we believe we have proven our hypothesis to be correct; the humans on campus are less active physically than those off campus. Though our hypothesis could have been more concrete and specific, our observations more thorough, and our record of data more specific, we have conducted a successful experiment that could be tested continuously. In a perfectly un-awkward world, we could have studied the humans more closely in range than from afar. This would have made it easier to understand exactly what they were doing at any given movement than looking away from them when we felt like they suspected us studying them. But this is also the excitement in the study.
We have chosen groups of humans at random to conduct our experiment, and successfully recorded data in a well thought out table which allows others to know and understand what is happening at every minute of the experiment. What might be better done in the future is to expand our research location and to fully forget what we think we already know about the humans. To conduct a more thorough observation and record more specific data, we need to forget what we believe we already know about the humans as well as expanding our area of research so that we can fully grasp the activity of the humans. Continue reading