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  1. Lab Lemming says:

    In’t the whole point of publishing in Nature that you have a far-out result that is probably wrong, but you need to put out there to have as wide an audience as possible to try to disprove it?

  2. Brian Romans says:

    Great post, I especially like “…scientists in that field are ripping it to shreds.” Ha! So true.

  3. Chris says:

    I would be glad if my research results would be discussed (and recognized) in such a wide auditorium. Being curious and critical have to belong to the nature of every scientist.

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