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Stop Prefixing with “So”

I was pleased to learn from Current Archaeology #330 (p. 65) that Chris Catling shares my distaste for the habit scientists have recently picked up of prefixing their answers to interview questions with ”So…”. Q: Where did you find the new exciting fossil? A: So we found it in Mongolia. Q: How old is it?…
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