Culture of science

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The culture of science gives us a unique behavior that encourages free dissemination of information, a skepticism that encourages 'double-checking' others results through a process called replication, and strict guidelines on how the results of an experiment should be treated.[1]

References

  1. http://www.scientus.org/Science-Method-Culture.html