You must set up an experiment to test your hypothesis.

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KEY:Data is never perfect, an one should not EXPECT it to be; nor, should one consider non-supportive data to be negative.  It may be the key to a new idea, or a significant break through.  Always have an open mind when doing a scientific research, since research is exploration of the unknown.  Your so called "NEGATIVE" results, might lead you to a novel discovery.

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