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Talk:Reproducibility

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'Let's breed some more scientific amoebas.' 82.44.143.26 (talk) 15:50, 23 June 2014 (UTC)

I feel I'm on thin ice right now and don't feel up to editing main space, nor do I know of any interesting examples of this subject, but I would like to recommend that the article woozle effectWikipedia's W.svg be incorporated into this one as article. The Wikipedia page is sufficient and mentions the associated logical fallacies so their is little to improve on, I'm not sure what the snarkiest example would be from science which wouldn't just be making fun of a well known urban legend or conspiracy theory. What would the most snarky examples of the woozle effect be, and are there any examples of firming up of language in science? X-Factor (talk) 22:51, 9 June 2017 (UTC)