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The reproducibility(R) of measurements supposedly is the foundation of ‘solid’ science. Meanwhile, an in-depth look into this issue is quite interesting and instructive. Indeed, the R seems to be a right thing for 'steel-ball-and-springs' world and not quite right for 'soft' world.
 
 
 
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Val Bykhovsky
MS in Theoretical Chemistry, PhD in Physics and Appl Math from Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Chem. Physics, Moscow, Nat.Center

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The ir-reproducibility in science: myth and reality

The reproducibility(R) of measurements supposedly is the foundation of ‘solid’ science. Meanwhile, an in-depth look into this issue is quite interesting and instructive. Indeed, the R seems to be a right thing for 'steel-ball-and-springs' world and not quite right for 'soft' world.

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