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\Broad, William J. “The Science Corps Wants a Few More Heretics,” New York Times, 16 October 2, 2014

Posted by sandyclaus in Academic Politics, History of Science.
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She had fallen between thecrack years ago and now, very dramatically, her independence has been richly rewarded. It is thestuff of which legends are made. To Broad, Big Science has become too conservative for its owngood and something like counterculture science is necessary as a corrective. Speculations inScience and Technology, a journal published in Australia, is an example of one such effort, as isTruzzi’s offbeat Center for Scientific Anomalies Research, Eastern Michigan University.

via \Broad, William J. “The Science Corps Wants a Few More Heretics,” New York Times, 16.

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