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As no one else seems poised to say it, I mention that
setting experimental goals with long time-bases is exceptionally
unpopular these days. Tools are available to test for outcomes
10,15, 20 years later, and they are seen in clinical use.
Could it be that physicists are not used to picking results
out from under deep noise, or over long horizons?
I sometimes suspect that it would take a life science researcher
to motivate such an experiment on physics-teaching outcomes.