Volume 10, Issue 1, January 1972
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The history of science is replete with instances of disappointed, disgruntled, and frustrated scientists who have felt and complained that their ideas have been stolen or ignored until some one else came up with the same. Conversations have been recorded, correspondence uncovered, and public debates conducted on lively questions of priority.
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