What hypotheses are called scientific?

A scientific hypothesis is called only a hypothesis that explains all known scientific facts based on the use of a mental abstract model of the objects and phenomena of the real world, does not contain internal contradictions, and from the analysis of the properties of the model derives consequences that were previously unknown and admitting experimental verification.

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