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Originally Posted by Chris_E_D_Allen89
Ceases to amaze me that people are that arrogant to not want to prove them wrong. Science is usually about observation and what we observe so if that is alas true how can we know for certain. I for one am glad they proved that wrong. Small numbers or not it was still proven wrong.

But a single observation is not sufficient to indicate anything. As every observation can include mistakes, repition or reproducability is important.
So the goal is now to find out if the observation was correct. And if we can't find any clear evidence that it was, we need to repeat the observation.
Basically, we can take this observation as a proof, we first have to prove the observation was correct.
If that all works out, then we have to come up with a theory that explains the new observation.