The Method Section: Being Wrong
00:00 – Welcome and introduction
00:58 – What being wrong means to us
04:00 – Being wrong in science
06:48 – The power of peer review
10:07 – The Michaelson and Morley experiment
13:38 – Take-aways from the episode
15:22 – Ending and outro
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Welcome back once again to The Method Section. This week Tom is talking about being wrong! Something that we are all so afraid of and learn in school as a bad thing, but in reality is the underpinning nature of science and our knowledge. Find out what about being wrong in science, the power of peer review and some big failures that led to monumental discoveries!
Music by: Joakim Karud – https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud.
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