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(Smithsonian Magazine)   It seems scientists need to be better about backing up their data; according to new reports, nearly 90% of data in most studies and research are lost within twenty years   (blogs.smithsonianmag.com) divider line 6
    More: Fail, Current Biology, molecular ecology, data store, reproducibility, light-years  
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2013-12-30 12:31:19 AM
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SevenizGud: I worked in the real sciences, and therefore still have all the data.


Collecting your spunk in the freezer isn't "science", even if you wear a lab coat.
2013-12-30 12:29:17 AM
1 votes:
i spent the last half hour rummaging through boxes looking for a scsi adapter to see if an old iomega jaz disk is still readable, so i'm getting a kick out of this...
2013-12-29 10:48:15 PM
1 votes:
The bible has been backed up and archived for at least 1500 years....but it seems a bit corrupted....wait...hold on, I got another call.
2013-12-29 10:17:02 PM
1 votes:
Apparently "Sad" tag was on a medium subby couldn't access.
2013-12-29 09:47:32 PM
1 votes:
I had some data invalidating that study, but I can't seem to locate it.....
NFA [TotalFark]
2013-12-29 08:50:39 PM
1 votes:

Heliovdrake: Clearly science can not be trusted


Well perhaps but the evidence was lost...
 
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