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A scientific experiment is repeated, but its results cannot be repeated by others. What can you conclude about the experiment

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  1. BIGDOG96
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    It's results were wrong.

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    Disagree so much I can. Results can never be wrong - we just perhaps mesure on another kind of system containing alot of veriables. And if the experiment is 100% alike but results still are not alike then there are no causal relationship between the veriables we mesure on.

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    It is probably pseudoscience.

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