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So, How do we fix science?

March 29, 2012

Actually, as my old Math teacher (John Kennedy, natch) said:  I have no idea.

Then, he proceeded to pick the integral apart into the constituent pieces.  And, slowly, surely, the answer emerged.  Point being, of course, that to solve anything the point is not to intuit the answer right away (may be wrong), but to start with what you know, and maybe get there.

I loved John.  Best.Mathteacher.Ever.

What I want to do with this blog is to collect links, papers, information etc that may be pertinent to how to change science practices, to keep science robust and to update the practices as technology becomes better.

Here is a link to a paper discussing replication

From → Replication

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