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Open science and the disciplinary culture clash - Why is it so hard to reach a consensus?

Open science and the disciplinary culture clash - Why is it so hard to reach a consensus? | astrotheology | Scoop.it

When it comes down to the nitty gritty detail of what open science means for an individual researcher, the disciplinary context is key. As clear and straightforward as making research publicly available is, many questions still remain for specific disciplines. Peter Kraker reports back from a session on openness in the humanities where definitions of data, research work and research materials were all contested.


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Astrotheology by Santos Bonacci part 1)3 Amsterdam

On Sunday September 8, 2013, Santos Bonacci, also known as Mister Astrotheology, born in Italy and living in Melbourne, Australia, will give a lecture in the...
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Mayan Underworlds and 2012 | Shift Of The Age

Mayan Underworlds and 2012 | Shift Of The Age | astrotheology | Scoop.it
In a follow up to the premise about definitive cycles of time proposed in the Timewave Zero and the 2012 Convergence article, I believe an investigation into just what the Mayan viewed as time cycles is of paramount importance. In the western world with our Gregorian calendar, we often conceive time only in a linear fashion; and in doing so, we sacrifice a greater awareness of life itself. Click the title above to read more...
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