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RISK: Health, Safety & Environment

Authors

Allan Mazur

Abstract

A self-described "agnostic" on the merits of the Science Court proposal describes how he independently arrived at a similar notion and played a role in efforts to secure a major test of the proposal. Professor Mazur also analyzes university-based experiments structured around that model and concludes that the controversial "judges" are probably unnecessary to achieve his original objectives.

Repository Citation

Allan Mazur, The Science Court: Reminiscence and Retrospective, 4 RISK 161 (1993).

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