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Author Topic:   When Peer Review Fails: Bad Science Papers of the Week
Pressie
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Message 23 of 27 (779691)
03-07-2016 5:59 AM
Reply to: Message 17 by jar
03-04-2016 3:40 PM


Re: Fortunately this is a case where peer review succeeded.
jar writes:

Peer review does not stop at publication, rather that is when peer review actually begins.

Exactly. Getting published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal is the first and easiest step in the whole process. After that the thousands of specialists on the subject, from all over the world, step in. Scientific massacres and suicides could be involved...

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