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Irina Kopytina (sevendaysonthesun)

Science Imperfection

by Irina Kopytina

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Protect your iPhone with a one-piece, impact resistant, flexible plastic hard case featuring an extremely slim profile. Simply snap the case onto your iPhone for solid protection and direct access to all device features.


If you've recently looked at online news channels or newspapers, probably you've already seen this tendency of irrelevant headlines, where article is about one thing and headline is something more shocky, attention bringing and completely about something else, than article itself. I decided to find headlines dedicated to astronomy events, since astronomy for me is a clear, where used rigorous methods for testing hypotheses subject. That's why I thought that reporting about such fundamental things as finding the water on Mars or Alien Invasion had to be covered up with prices accuracy. However I found out that it's not true, newspapers still fight for the amount of clicks on the article - headlines. Here are my responses on those 'glitches' in the way how information was given.