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We Need to Put the Reproducibility Problem in Perspective

“Let us hope it is not true, but if it is, let us pray it does not become widely known. This (perhaps apocryphal) quote was supposedly made by the wife of the Archbishop Wilberforce about Darwin’s theory of evolution. While interpretations vary, most take this remark to reflect her fear that science will damage people’s belief in religion (at least as she viewed it). In the present context it might be used to express fear that Harris’s skepticism about science will damage people’s faith in science itself.

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