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I've seen this happen as well, but I think the problem is more with the "make up a story" part and less with the "run to publish" part. I've seen really really interesting results that defy explanation get passed over for publication in favor of something more mundane that can "tell a story" because, it seems, stories get funded...intriguing research? not so much...



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