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You want to see my data? I thought we were friends

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  1. primordial-soup
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    Hah, I just came to ~science with the intent of posting this. When I first clicked on this link on HN I was expecting an article about data privacy, but instead I was pleasantly surprised. While...

    Hah, I just came to ~science with the intent of posting this.

    When I first clicked on this link on HN I was expecting an article about data privacy, but instead I was pleasantly surprised. While the title is enticing I do think that it can be misleading. Perhaps a title like "Where academia works against science" would be clearer?

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    5 votes
  2. TheWanderer
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    All my life I wanted to be a scientist and do research, when I did my first paper and understood how everything worked I just left. It broke my heart to see what research was really about.

    All my life I wanted to be a scientist and do research, when I did my first paper and understood how everything worked I just left. It broke my heart to see what research was really about.

    2 votes
  3. Kuromantis
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    Related: The replication crisis of scientific papers and why it's happening When evidence is contrived and anti-intellectualism becomes justifiable, that's when facts become practically...

    Related: The replication crisis of scientific papers and why it's happening

    When evidence is contrived and anti-intellectualism becomes justifiable, that's when facts become practically nonexistent and truth becomes dictated by control.

    1 vote