How to Write Like a Scientist

By Adam Ruben

10. Your paper will be peer reviewed, so include flattering descriptions of all of your peers. Scientists call these “shout-outs” or “mad props.””

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    Useful stuff right here.
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    Hmmm. Interesting. Keeping note.
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    The first few paragraphs… scare the shit out of me, actually.
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    Emulating Yoda for all my future papers now okay.
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    "1. Scientific papers must begin with an obligatory nod to their own relevance, usually by citing exaggerated figures...
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    Bahahaha, a must-read for anyone who’s had to deal with reading and writing of scientific papers. "7. Always write “we”...
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    The references part
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    This is the best thing I have ever read.
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    I love these tips! “3. Some journals, such as Science, officially eschew the passive voice. Others print only the...
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    Lol
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