1 min readScience is experiencing a replicability crisis

More and more researches are becoming irreproducible. Does science need to change?

One of the important characteristics of the scientific method is replicability – if the next researchers uses the same assumption, the same environments, and the same measurement tools and criteria, they should be able to get the same results as the original.

In the article attached below, Rupert Sheldrake says that more and more published findings in various fields of science cannot be validated because they are not replicable. Is there are a problem with the process of experimenting, or were the results tweaked so that the desired statistical results show up?

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