On the importance of replication

@inproceedings{Mckubre1990OnTI,
  title={On the importance of replication},
  author={Michael Charles Harold Mckubre},
  year={1990}
}
Much discussion in the Condensed Matter Nuclear Science or “Cold Fusion” fields centers on the subject of replication. It is a topic that comes up in essentially every conversation about the Fleischmann Pons Effect (FPE). Assembled here is a set of essentially personal views on this subject of replication. Why is replication important? We might begin with the dictionary definition of replication as the action of copying or reproducing something [1]. More specifically in science we mean the… CONTINUE READING

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