Why is research commonly repeated in science?

a) In order to investigate different phenomenon

b) In order to ensure subjectivity

c) In order to disprove another scientist

d) In order to ensure objectivity

Update:

Something that I've found in the reading was this "Research is repeated, multiple methods are used to investigate the same phenomenon, and scientists report these methods and their interpretations when publishing their work." and that is the closest thing that was on reading regarding this question. And just wanted to hear your guy's opinion.

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  • 1 month ago
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    d) In order to ensure objectivity

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    It's usually just a coincidence 

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