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Molecular biologist by training; software developer by passion.


Required reading for all scientists: John R. Platt's Strong Inference— rarely is a paper published back in 1964 still so relevant to today.


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Also, fair warning: I tend to be prolix; brevity is not my strong suit.


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revised Were there any efforts made by early physicists to discover and explain how composite bodies fall?
Didn't do a very good job at guessing at what you guys might have for tags before I migrated. :-)
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