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RE: You mentioned ratsnakes

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Posted by: OrangeHeterodon at Sun Apr 6 16:41:21 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by OrangeHeterodon ]  
   

If by this or that not this and that you refer to me preferring a compilation of work into one read instead of going through and nit-picking, its just merely for ease because my college assignments have me going back and doing enough nit-picking through stuff as it is for now haha.

And I agree with you on the peer-review, as far as peer-reviewed journals etc as I was referring to, I was using it as a broad encompassing term for "officially published" in a news letter or collection or journals or individual book. And yes, new information is always going to be attacked. Anyone can take any "early" or general/basic biology class and the first section of the course work always talks about scientists having ideas that are now commonly accepted, having their work passed off as wrong and incorrect at first. The process of attacking and criticizing findings is quite important, otherwise we might find that good information may be flawed and also clouded amongst hordes of faulty information that is worded in a fancy manner.

Any how, good luck with your work!


   

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