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Optimizely A/B test users tend to p-hack, greatly inflating false positive rates (ssrn.com) Security Science Math
171 points by gwern 11 hours ago | 68 comments
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Reversing cause and effect is no trouble for quantum computers (phys.org) Science
44 points by jonbaer 8 hours ago | 11 comments
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A Major Industry-Funded Alcohol Study Was Compromised. Are Others Out There? (undark.org) Science
89 points by YeGoblynQueenne 6 hours ago | 59 comments
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Geology’s Timekeepers Are Feuding (theatlantic.com) Science
18 points by Tomte 9 hours ago | 9 comments
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Tattoo Ink Nanoparticles Persist in Lymph Nodes (the-scientist.com) Science
128 points by DoreenMichele 14 hours ago | 63 comments
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Segmental Additive Tissue Engineering (nature.com) Science
9 points by lainon 6 hours ago | 0 comments
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Why there's finally a drug for smallpox even though the disease no longer exists (cbc.ca) Politics Science
177 points by cpncrunch 22 hours ago | 105 comments
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Scientists reverse aging-associated skin wrinkles and hair loss in a mouse model (uab.edu) Science
129 points by anastalaz 20 hours ago | 46 comments
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Suspicious Minds (nytimes.com) Science
42 points by 0xbxd 3 hours ago | 13 comments
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The Octonion Math That Could Underpin Physics (quantamagazine.org) Science Math
370 points by jonbaer 23 hours ago | 177 comments
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New way to recycle lithium-ion batteries (latimes.com) Science
52 points by oedmarap 22 hours ago | 11 comments
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Who Owns the Moon? A Space Lawyer Answers (scientificamerican.com) Science Politics
25 points by oblib 12 hours ago | 4 comments
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New Wearable Sensor Detects Stress Hormone in Sweat (ieee.org) Science Mobile
100 points by 0xbxd 19 hours ago | 10 comments
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Electrical contact to molecules in semiconductor structures for the first time (unibas.ch) Science
34 points by sizzle 15 hours ago | 0 comments
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Egypt sarcophagus: Mystery black tomb opened in Alexandria (co.uk) Science Politics
120 points by gadders 5 hours ago | 69 comments
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HHS Deleted 20 Years of Critical Medical Guidelines (thedailybeast.com) Science Politics
5 points by tickeydoc 10 hours ago | 1 comments
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Vladimir Nabokov, Butterfly Illustrator (2016) (newyorker.com) Science
36 points by prismatic 21 hours ago | 5 comments
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A Trillion Worlds (scientificamerican.com) Science
93 points by okket 7 hours ago | 36 comments
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Fukushima’s nuclear signature found in California wine (technologyreview.com) Science
393 points by tmandry 22 hours ago | 151 comments
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Blood Spatter Will Tell (nautil.us) Science
11 points by dnetesn 2 hours ago | 1 comments
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Why is history always about humans? (bostonglobe.com) Science
59 points by Petiver 19 hours ago | 57 comments
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Mindfulness May Make Memories Less Accurate (neurosciencenews.com) Science
18 points by laurex 22 hours ago | 4 comments
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Unique brain “fingerprint” can predict drug effectiveness (mcgill.ca) Science
59 points by sizzle 15 hours ago | 5 comments
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A record-breaking microscope (nature.com) Science
85 points by moh_maya 3 hours ago | 27 comments
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Before Present (wikipedia.org) Science
53 points by brudgers 10 hours ago | 27 comments
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Investigating Causal Effects of Mental Events in Cognitive Neuroscience (pitt.edu) Startups Science AI/Machine Learning
51 points by lainon 1 hours ago | 15 comments
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Wilde about Paris: the sex, drink and liberation of Oscar Wilde’s “lost” years (co.uk) AI/Machine Learning Science Politics
51 points by samclemens 18 hours ago | 1 comments
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Falling in Love with the Dark (2015) (nautil.us) Science
9 points by dnetesn 14 hours ago | 2 comments
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Traveling to the Sun: Why Won't Parker Solar Probe Melt? (phys.org) Science
116 points by dnetesn 18 hours ago | 86 comments
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Is killing the boom the key to supersonic air travel? (co.uk) Science
51 points by bauc 6 hours ago | 117 comments
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