The Opposing Thumb

An opinionated digit leafs through the biological literature
Views of Life

A Word From the Wise

“The fact that scientists do not consciously practice a formal methodology is very poor evidence that no such methodology exists. It could be said—has been said—that there is a distinctive methodology of science which scientists practice unwittingly, like the chap in Moliere who found that all his life, unknowingly, he had been speaking prose.”
Sir Peter B. Medawar
Induction and Intuition in Scientific Thought
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