Monday, March 29, 2010

"Fudging data is a sin against science"

Having been a part of the family business back in the 1970's (helping with measurements and data processing) I can definitely endorse this article by Leo Hickman in the Guardian today

The excitement of science is about discovery, not about looking to confirm an expected view, and that is one of the strongest messages that I picked up from my father from my earliest childhood.

Posted by Christine Lovelock

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