The Replication Crisis

There was a time when scientists worked to provide proof in the real world before they made outlandish claims on how things are going to develop in the future. They went to great lengths to establish that their idea has a firm rooting in reality. They knew that they would be laughing stock if they just bark out nonsense. Today, making claims based on unverifiable data, assumptions, and guesswork is just fine. Little does it matter if the claims are demonstrable in reality or not. Some computer-generated graphs will do the trick. This is casino gambling – not science.

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