Sacrificing Truth on the Altar of Science - Digital Download


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by Barry Fenton and Richard Moody, Jr.

This 16-page paper was published in Issue 139 (2018).

From the Introduction: A recurring theme of dishonesty and plagiarism occurs throughout the history of science in the work of people such as Ptolemy, Galileo, Newton and Einstein, to name just a few. Is the dubious behavior of such figures a contributory cause or result of their iconic status? Is it surprising that if such iconic figures can engage in unethical behavior that "lesser" scientists follow the trend? Why is science not sufficiently self-regulating and self-correcting?

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