Carl Sagan about error (“Cosmos”, 1980) - But science is a self-correcting enterprise. To be accepted, all new ideas must survive rigorous standards of evidence.
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But science is a self-correcting enterprise. To be accepted, all new ideas must survive rigorous standards of evidence.
 Carl SaganCosmos (1980). copy citation

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