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Tell me why do scientist review and often ask questions about other scientist work?

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Asked by kiaking Wednesday Aug 19th 2009 in Homework Help
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In short, scientist as well as other academics will review and often ask questions about other individual's work to aid in furthering of the base of knowledge for a particular field of study.

The process of review and question is a method of sparking constructive conversation about various topics.

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