The New Yorker on the Decline Effect

A colleague sent this link to me.. for sheer curiousity, it’s hard to beat. The decline effect is troubling because it reminds us how difficult it is to prove anything. We like to pretend that our experiments define the truth for us. But that’s often not the case. Just because an idea is true doesn’t …

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