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Author Topic:   When Peer Review Fails: Bad Science Papers of the Week
NoNukes
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Message 22 of 27 (779682)
03-07-2016 1:14 AM


What does the rest of the paper say?

To be completely honest, provided that the science in the paper is on target, aren't the editorializing comments secondary anyway? I'd certainly be willing to accept the explanation of a bad translation if the actual paper made sense.


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