September 2, 2016
The advancement of science requires it to be iteratively challenged, and periodically, we must revise our thinking. Elucidating new understanding is part of the excitement of the scientific process, and we scientists tend to hop from failure to failure, taking action as we continue to search for "the real thing." It is safe to say that the scientific process embodies false starts, misinterpreted results, and failures; these are essential to its success. To read more, click here.
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