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In what way can open-mindedness interfere with scientific progress? It can prevent the development of new ideas. It can lead to the acceptance of untested ideas. It can lead to too much critical evaluation of ideas. It can prevent the development of scientific consensus.

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  1. Koikkara
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    I would suggest it may lead to the acceptance of untested ideas. developing untested ideas which are invested and stamped with effort. @booger2002 \(Welcome~To~Open~Study~!\)

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