by Ulrich Mees
Note PG : This paper appeared in Françoise's Research Journal, 'Astro-Psychological Problems', vol. 1, No. 3 (June 1983).
Abstract : The necessity to obtain repeatedly the same result in the same conditions is a "sine qua non" of the scientific methodology. But is it correct to reject a result after one failure to replicate it ? The author explains why this could be misleading through the notion of "sufficient" but not "necessary" factors for the recurrence of a phenomenon. (p.27)
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