so much true …

“It is quite depressive to think that we are spending millions in grants for people to perform experiments, produce new knowledge, hide this knowledge in an often badly written text and then spend some more millions trying to second guess what the authors really did and found.”
A. Bairoch, 2009

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  1. At a young age, I wanted to become a research scientist. As a young adult I was exposed to just what you’ve mentioned. I suppose after that, I became a bit of a cynic… not really trusting any company or government to have the best in mind of any population.

    It’s ashame that I and many like me have become this way, but it’s even worse that these companies and governments actually do “hide” the results that can benefit mankind.

    Karma

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