Scientists Are Wrong All the Time, and That’s Fantastic

Scientific progress depends on failure. Research needs to fail, to be proven wrong many times before scientists are able to narrow down to the verifiable conclusions and develop an evidence-based hypothesis. More on the process and the rising status of bad results from Wired.

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Marcus Woo, WIRED


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