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Science  07 Mar 1997:
Vol. 275, Issue 5305, pp. 1401-1404
DOI: 10.1126/science.275.5305.1401

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A reader asks why studying “the demise” of a butterfly population was more important than intervening to “try to save” it (right, Euphydryas editha bayensis). Physicists present their case that a collision event warrants “further investigation.” “Fairer evaluations for young scientists” might result, it is said, if scientific papers described “who was responsible for what.” And asbestos removal is advocated for the Jussieu campus of the Université de Paris.