Prediction and Theory Evaluation: The Case of Light Bending
Historical cases suggest that novelty may be of little importance in evaluating theories, and may even detract from the evidential value of a fact, until it is clear that competing theories cannot account for the new fact.
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Design of Yagi aerials
An account is given of work carried out at the Telecommunications Research Establishment on the design and use of Yagi aerial arrays during the period 1938-42. An attempt is made to give sufficient…