A question that should be asked more often is, do scientists make mistakes? Of course they do. The good news, however, is that when it comes to measuring something, they tend to be meticulous, and published measurements are usually correct, or, if they matter, they are soon found out if they are wrong. 965 more words
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Alfredo Costilla had a vision: He wanted to provide an educational tool for teachers and parents to educate kids about the world of agriculture.
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This is a BIG piece on curiosity. Give yourself 20 minutes to read this. It is worth the time.
I’m serious, I’ve read this three or four times looking to summarise or paraphrase the material but there is so much here. 120 more words