In chapter 3 of Rigor Mortis it tells about one of the most heartbreaking stories about abysmal experimental design which involves amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).”The search for a treatment for this deadly degenerated disease is rife with studies so poorly designed that they offered nothing more than false hope for people essentially handed death sentence along with their diagnosis.”(53) This information in this chapter really took me by surprise, which I took the liberty to point out that as Ellie says in her very fascinating post called Scientists Are Using Suggestions As Facts and Giving People False Hope-Ellie L ” When scientist use suggestions to find things that aren’t really there, and publish those results, it can cause false hope if those results pertain to a disease or a certain condition, that doctors can’t cure.” This is very well spoken considering the fact that many Biomedical research that is done without enough Rigor can definitely cause false hope to arise. The disease that I read in the chapter A Bucket of cold water that I would be interested in learning more about is ALS. I find the disease is very complicated and I want to know what causes the disease and how it can be cured. When I hear the stories of the people that have been diagnosed with the disease and how they, in a sense, slowly start to deteriorate and their muscles weaken. “People around the world donated more than $100 million to fight this deadly ailment during the Ice Bucket Challenge of 2014.” This shows that there are many people that invest a lot of money in the ALS project and many of it is wasted, because scientist do not have enough “rigor” in their designed studies, as is supported in the website PBS NEWSHOUR published by NSIKAN AKPAN in which you can locate in this link. So as we move forward in Biomedical research to know about the flaws in our system we have to go deeper into the roots in order to find what the solution to the problems that we have been facing in our Biomedical research and it begins with the young scientist of today’s time.