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Experimental Pitfalls Are Generally Dumber Than We Imagine, Now With More Dogs

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Experimental Pitfalls Are Generally Dumber Than We Imagine, Now With More Dogs: hopefully the story is interesting in itself, but honestly it’s mainly an excuse for the dog video at the end.

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Experimental Pitfalls Are Generally Dumber Than We Imagine, Now With More Dogs:

hopefully the story is interesting in itself, but honestly it’s mainly an excuse for the dog video at the end.

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