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Question: Have you ever had a scientific theory you believed that others went against. If so, how did you resolve it?
peer review, research, theory
Asked by Iffat25 to Simone on 12 Nov 2018.
answered on 12 Nov 2018:
Yes, I had a theory on how some molecular states in the new material I was characterizing for my MSc thesis and a colleague of mine was not agreeing.
We solved the argument by thinking on an experiment to collect data on them and made many more tests.
The beauty of science is that is very democratic.
Only data count, not our opinion
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