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(Cornell Library Archive)   Scientists reanalyze the spectral data supporting the existence of phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus and claim that it spurious because the methodology generates false positives. In unrelated news: Science is hard   (arxiv.org) divider line
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2020-10-21 1:16:59 PM  
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2020-10-21 5:54:10 PM  
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madgonad: I hope the scientists that rushed to publish are given wedgies at the next convention.


You should not assume that all astrophysicists wear underwear or attend Star Trek conventions.
 
2020-10-21 1:28:40 PM  
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I hope the scientists that rushed to publish are given wedgies at the next convention.
 
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