Why Getting It Wrong Is Good for Science
Theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss discusses the virtue of mistakes in science with fellow physicists Francis Halzen and Janet Conrad at the 2012 World Science Festival program, The Elusive Neutrino and the Nature of the Cosmos. Says Krauss, “The idea that you can throw out your idea likes yesterday’s newspaper once nature tells you it behaves differently is one of the greatest aspects of science.”
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This program is part of The Big Idea Series, made possible with support from the John Templeton Foundation.