Did you ever wonder how scientists decide what to study or what they do with all those data they collect in the field? How do scientists make their field research count? The answer: they publish their research in scientific journals.
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Science may have bored you in school, but it is literally THE reason our society persists today. The process of science underlies nearly every facet of modern life that we hold dear, and you engage in this process every day. However, for science to provide critical support to all of humankind, we must embrace this
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Claiming scientists seek something other than the truth is like saying: “Hey, I’m a liar.” There are people out there (*cough* politicians *cough*) that suggest that the science scientists do is influenced by ulterior motives, namely money and a need for acceptance. News flash: scientists LIVE for the pursuit of the TRUTH – any money
Saying ‘science is boring’ is like saying ‘baby pandas aren’t cute’. It is utter NONSENSE. After over 10 years in the science game, I can tell you that ‘science’ is very misunderstood. I don’t blame people; frankly, I thought science was insanely boring growing up – who cares about all these facts?! It wasn’t until