I am starting a new series here on Science Faux Pas. Here is one of my favorites from Nature a while back. They report in this promotion that 97% of Nature’s readers have internet access. How did they determine this? By an online readers survey. The real question is – who are the 3% that completed the survey but said they did not have internet access?
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microBE.net blog: microBEnet: the microbiology of the Built Environment network
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