On 18.08.2023 17:27, Jed Rothwell wrote:
Otherwise there is no point. If it cannot be replicated, it is not science. If the researcher wants to cash in on the discovery, that is fine. He or she needs to file for a patent before publishing the paper.

May be you see the point. With 3 months reports you in average write 2 weeks patents...

But so far we wrote reports/papers to avoid that others can patent useful stuff. I think basic research should be public like MFP:


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