Some articles on experiments, experiment:

Loopholes In Bell Test Experiments - Loopholes - Sources of Error in (optical) Bell Test Experiments
... In the case of Bell test experiments, if there are sources of error (that are not accounted for by the experimentalists) that might be of enough importance to explain why a ... There are of course sources of error in all physical experiments ... by the performers of some known experiment found in literature, is discussed in the subsequent sections ...
Dream Telepathy - Experiments
... There have been many experiments done to test the validity of dream telepathy and its effectiveness ... It has always been difficult to research and do experiments for dream telepathy because of its complicated nature ... Experiments were done to prove the subjects’ powers by cutting off communication between the agent, sender, and receiver of information, but people found ...
Obedience To Authority: An Experimental View
... Between 1961 and 1962, Stanley Milgram carried out a series of experiments in which human subjects supposedly were given progressively more painful electro-s ... These experiments came under heavy criticism at the time but have ultimately been vindicated by the scientific community ... Stanley Milgram's experiments on obedience to authority are among the most important psychological studies of this century ...
Dutch General Election, 2006 - Voting Issues - Experiments
... Two experiments were conducted during these elections "Stemmen in een Willekeurig Stemlokaal" (SWS) ('voting in a random polling-booth') Because a lot of people could not vote because of ... Another experiment is "Kiezen Op Afstand" (KOA) ('remote voting'), also called the experiment with internetstemmen (internet voting) ... In an experiment in Breukelen, a voting machine was placed in a petrol station ...

Famous quotes containing the word experiments:

    My experiments did not turn out quite like yours, Henry. But science, like love, has her little surprises.
    William Hurlbut (1883–?)

    The true thrift is always to spend on the higher plane; to invest and invest, with keener avarice, that he may spend in spiritual creation, and not in augmenting animal existence. Nor is the man enriched, in repeating the old experiments of animal sensation; nor unless through new powers and ascending pleasures he knows himself by the actual experience of higher good to be already on the way to the highest.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    A country survives its legislation. That truth should not comfort the conservative nor depress the radical. For it means that public policy can enlarge its scope and increase its audacity, can try big experiments without trembling too much over the result. This nation could enter upon the most radical experiments and could afford to fail in them.
    Walter Lippmann (1889–1974)