unscientific

[uhn-sahy-uhn-tif-ik]
adjective
1.
not scientific; not employed in science: an unscientific measuring device.
2.
not conforming to the principles or methods of science: an unscientific approach to a problem.
3.
not demonstrating scientific knowledge or scientific methods: an unscientific report.

Origin:
1765–75; un-1 + scientific

unscientifically, adverb
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unscientific (ˌʌnsaɪənˈtɪfɪk)
 
adj
1.  not consistent with the methods or principles of science, esp lacking objectivity
2.  ignorant of science
 
unscien'tifically
 
adv

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Example sentences
Definitively, therefore, climate science is somewhere between unscientific and
  anti-scientific.
There would be nothing wrong with this, because intelligent design is
  unscientific.
Previous researchers had provided lists of similar-sounding and look-alike
  words, but their methods were unscientific.
But the strategy of focusing on the top predators has sometimes been criticized
  for being unscientific.
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