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(LA Times)   Striking new scientific study shows strikingly that scientific studies with striking results are often strikingly false. Striking   (latimes.com) divider line 11
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2012-10-25 10:54:45 PM  
Is this some anti-union thing?

/DNRTFA
 
2012-10-25 10:56:16 PM  
damn you and your alliteration
 
2012-10-25 11:24:34 PM  
Striker Striker Striker Striker...STRIKER!
 
2012-10-25 11:47:22 PM  
"Striking new scientific study shows strikingly that scientific medical studies with striking results are often strikingly false. Striking"

good omission of *medical* there subby - clearly why this was greened...
re: particle physics - A pion is exactly the same as every other pion ever, in the universe, throughout time. No need to worry about what aspects of that pion's previous life experiences might confound a given test, whether that pion was entirely truthful in screening interviews, whether the experimenters (un)intentionally screened the sample of pions to include in the study, whether they could find enough (screened) pions to participate to get statistically significant results, etc etc... cheers
 
Zel [TotalFark]
2012-10-26 01:18:37 AM  
Let me guess, Ioannidis.

Yup.

He wrote that a year ago.
It's a function of the publication bias and people grasping at straws, but you have to try everything in science.
 
2012-10-26 02:36:43 AM  
3.bp.blogspot.com

Miracle products are usually fake.
 
2012-10-26 02:40:51 AM  

Emposter: [3.bp.blogspot.com image 200x150]

Miracle products are usually fake.


just look for the 'kraft' label and you'll be fine
www.menshealth.com
 
Xai
2012-10-26 05:13:05 AM  
ever heard of the term "Outliers"?
 
2012-10-26 06:12:17 AM  
"study results that claimed a "very large effect" rarely held up when other research teams tried to replicate them"

sounds about right. best thing to do is be protective about your data and only release adjusted data which fits your claim.
 
2012-10-26 01:08:16 PM  
Didn't mention striking much....
 
2012-10-27 03:17:49 AM  
Oh yeah, like scientists would fake shiat to help them buy a ferrari....laugh!

Every scientific study ever published is true. Why? Because peer review, biatches.
 
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