Monthly Archives: January 2013

Building Science and the Risks of Experimentation

Science is experimental; it consists of hypothesis and experiment. The path to success can be littered with experiments that fail. Scientists learn to expect failure along the way and to live with experimental failure as the cost of progress. Scientific

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