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Michael McDonald of the U.S. Elections Project has a longer trend of the composition of the electorate, which corrects for a methodological tic in the Census Bureau numbers.
So after the fossils were described, Dirks and 19 other scientists decided to throw the methodological kitchen sink at them, using six different dating methods to constrain H. naledi’s age.
Still, some scientists have questioned the reliability of the state science data, citing methodological inconsistencies and discrepancies.
To be fair, tax records can give an incomplete picture, but the problem is more political than methodological.
One methodological apparatus was designed by Skinner, who outfitted a rat cage with a loudspeaker, lever, food dispenser and electrified floor.
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