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6 thoughts on “Einstein on genuine experimentation

  1. So pround an idea. Many of the current research is approached as if the outcome is well known to the reasearcher and s/he has only to validate the hypothesis. May be the current emphasis on “successful” research and castigating the “unsuccessful” research is the culprit.

  2. And serendipity is such a valuable part of research. Accepting surprises makes the search worthwhile. Researching to find a preconceived idea is not really research.

  3. We should always keep that in mind so that we avoid
    a society where fake people, who think they are “in the know”, make fake products for other fake people…

  4. We don’t have to worry about making mistakes. There are many roads to follow but our mistakes will lead us to the right one, which we may not have discovered otherwise