Theme One • A Program Of Inquiry 20

Re: Richard J. LiptonVaccines Are Not Developing

Back in the day when I was making The Big Bucks (inflation-adjusted dollars) consulting on research statistics in bioscience-medical-nursing-public-health settings, I noticed a certain analogy between propositional calculus research (PCR0) and polymerase chain reactions (PCR1).  I was going to say something about it on a previous thread where these topics collided but then I lost track of the links I needed, so I will go dig them up now.


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4 Responses to Theme One • A Program Of Inquiry 20

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  2. Poor Richard says:

    You can’t argue with the logic of Mother Nature.

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