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April 21, 2017


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Very useful post on why publishing the experimental results are critical.  As an analogy, Ben Franklin did not become a world-renowned scientist, because he discovered lightening was an electrical phenomenon.  This was already known.  His fame came from publishing a reproducible method for demonstrating the verification process, so scientists with the court of King Louis the XVI could fly kites in stormy weather.



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