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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jun 22

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn No, these are exactly the types of people I’m talking about, working in experimental fields, practical fields, academic contexts, nonprofit contexts, professional contexts, etc. Your sense of the process, as consumer rather than participant, is skewed.

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn No, these are exactly the types of people I’m talking about, working in experimental fields, practical fields, academic contexts, nonprofit contexts, professional contexts, etc. Your sense of the process, as consumer rather than participant, is skewed.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jun 22

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn People involved in scientific publishing in general—doctors, nurses, PhDs, or postdocs who are working in universities, labs, hospitals, nonprofits, companies, etc.

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn People involved in scientific publishing in general—doctors, nurses, PhDs, or postdocs who are working in universities, labs, hospitals, nonprofits, companies, etc.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jun 22

Somewhere outside Hollister, CA

Somewhere outside Hollister, CA


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Jun 22

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn Right, but I do publish, and I do work with exactly these types of writers in their publishing work for my day job. I haven’t heard any of them talk about this process in the simple terms that you do.

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn Right, but I do publish, and I do work with exactly these types of writers in their publishing work for my day job. I haven’t heard any of them talk about this process in the simple terms that you do.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Jun 22

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn And where do you think those terms cited in the literature come from? How did we decide on those terms as the ones to cite? How do we choose to modify them as new data come in? And who gets to decide on the modification? What you’re suggesting is a very naive approach research.

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn And where do you think those terms cited in the literature come from? How did we decide on those terms as the ones to cite? How do we choose to modify them as new data come in? And who gets to decide on the modification? What you’re suggesting is a very naive approach research.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Jun 22

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn This view of the scientific process is rather inadequate, owing perhaps to the fact that your basically a consumer of existing scientific literature rarher than someone who’s either taken a look into how the sausage gets made, or has never tried to do their own primary research.

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn This view of the scientific process is rather inadequate, owing perhaps to the fact that your basically a consumer of existing scientific literature rarher than someone who’s either taken a look into how the sausage gets made, or has never tried to do their own primary research.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Jun 22

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn This is clearly not the case in the areas we’ve been discussing, though. In fact, we’ve just looked through a good example of why blackboxing assumptions and then moving forward experimentally on their basis hinders advances that otherwise could’ve been made more quickly.

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn This is clearly not the case in the areas we’ve been discussing, though. In fact, we’ve just looked through a good example of why blackboxing assumptions and then moving forward experimentally on their basis hinders advances that otherwise could’ve been made more quickly.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Jun 22

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn I’m still trying to understand what you’re saying. You seem to be suggesting that there’s some perfect set of terms out there that we simply need to find and apply, and that in these cases we’ve already achieved that goal. This seems like a mistake to me.

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn I’m still trying to understand what you’re saying. You seem to be suggesting that there’s some perfect set of terms out there that we simply need to find and apply, and that in these cases we’ve already achieved that goal. This seems like a mistake to me.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Jun 22

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn I don’t think there’s an alternative to what we’re doing here in terms of wrangling with terms and definitions and data and investigating paradigmatic assumptions through trials and tests. It sounds like you’re suggesting there might be something outside of all that.

@Robert76907841 @Sams_Antics @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn I don’t think there’s an alternative to what we’re doing here in terms of wrangling with terms and definitions and data and investigating paradigmatic assumptions through trials and tests. It sounds like you’re suggesting there might be something outside of all that.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Jun 22

@Robert76907841 @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn My point is much more specific and is just a response to the more well-defined issues around action potentials, decision making, and the number of experiments that conflated the various processes and in play within that paradigm of experiment.

@Robert76907841 @brightabyss @ThouArtThat @cognazor @VinceFHorn My point is much more specific and is just a response to the more well-defined issues around action potentials, decision making, and the number of experiments that conflated the various processes and in play within that paradigm of experiment.


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