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The pesticide paradox is a testing principle in software engineering that states that if the same set of test cases continues to be repeated over and over again over a period of time, then this is likely to not yield any new results or find new bugs.

These then call for the need for test cases to be reviewed over time, and also the implementation of new tests for various parts of the software to enable the finding of bugs.

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