I then decided to check out the fuses in the car and at this point came to be that the spark pugs were not the issue as well. I then sat back and thought to myself that I had just used the steps of the scientific method by going through and experimenting with all of my concepts and ending in a conclusion. I know that the first thing that I had to do was think about what I knew the car was having from the scenario. I then had to take my self through all of the options to find out what issue was making it so that this car would not start in the first place. When I was able to finally figure out exactly what was making the car not start and then be able to take the results to be able to fix the car.
I know that if I would have known about the scientific method and the simple steps to take I believe that I would have used it a lot in my life on different things. I think that I was able to use the steps of the scientific method in a real life situation. I was fighting in the hopes to some day figure out my Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT). For me it just a rapid heart rhythm. When episodes of supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) start suddenly and cause symptoms, you can try things such as gagging, holding your breath and bearing down, immersing your face in ice-cold water (diving reflex), or coughing ( 1995-2012 Healthwise, Incorporated). I would observe my self write down what I can about it. Then my hypothesis would be that proving my SVT can be controlled through medication or surgery. I would make a prediction of if I could take medicine for the rest of my life. Then my conclusion would be taking what I found out. Then I will be able to take my results witch are tied back to my hypothesis.