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Monday, April 19, 2021

Awareness of our biases is essential to good science | Scientific American

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Lawrence Krauss published in Wall Street Journal about the “ideological corruption” of scientific research. It is stated that researches are influenced based on our race, sex, or economic dominance biases and values. Recognizing our ideology is essential in driving scientific discovery because failing to include this influence can affect other’s values. The intentional pursuit of ideological awareness is making a shift resulting in better research and a clearer understanding of the significance of our scientific findings.

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