The long road to publishing a scientific paper


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Here’s an infographic from Kathryn M. Everson.

I didn’t write it, but I want to make it available outside of social media where it is hard to surface. (I hope she doesn’t mind.)

What I love about this is that it explains that real science is slow and takes time. Hollywood movies portray science as a series of overnight miracles; Star Trek shows Jordi inventing entire new categories of science by the end of a 60-minute episode. Real science takes years. Real science is boring 99.99 percent of the time, punctuated by amazing discoveries. Real scientists are underpaid and over-worked.

Having a youtube channel is unrelated to someone’s qualifications.

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