How Much Should Expectation Drive Science?
What causes such intense dichotomy between how scientific results are accepted? The contrasting reactions of physicists to two experiments -- one based in an unknown lab in Hungary, and one in Switzerland's well known Large Hadron Collider -- prove revealing of how scientists accept new evidence as a whole. Though many factors have since been cited, it seems the true difference between these two experiments comes down to something subtle: Expectation, and divergence from those expectations.
Yet answers to the universe's biggest mysteries may lie well outside traditional paradigms.
Read more at Nautilus.