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This is in many ways similar to what happens in medical research especially epidemiology. People keep inventing hypotheses, they get results and have them published but they don't answer the questions that clinicians are interested in, and so are disregarded, especially if there are so many spurious results that nobody trusts them.

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Wow fascinating. Thanks for the insights.

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