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Academics and the grid Part I: I don’t think that study means what you think it means

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Recognizing the difference between what theory suggests and practical knowledge demonstrates is critical.

The post Academics and the grid Part I: I don’t think that study means what you think it means first appeared on Watts Up With That?.

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