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Stripping Down Science: The naked scientist bares the facts

by Christopher Smith

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Science the way I like it: in tidbits, so that I can seek out more reading on the items that interest me (settling Mars) and zip through items I couldn't give a rodent's posterior about (the memory of fish). Some data, though, seem completely outlandish and statistically infeasible and curious. But hey, learning what's not true is just as fruitful as learning what's true, and the whole truth rises to the top if you read enough. ( )
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