Patrick Guilfoile: Oops, I thought those diamonds were real
Most of us have a hard time accepting that we are wrong. Consequently, one of the challenging things about doing science is constantly subjecting yourself to being proven wrong. Scientists publish their work knowing that other scientists could reproduce their observations or experiments and find out they goofed. In most cases, when findings are retested, all is well and they hold up.
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