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    Retraction Watch: Infamous "Researchers"



    This makes me spitting mad.

    See:
    https://retractionwatch.com/the-retr...h-leaderboard/

    Forget about trashing their careers, they should go to jail.

    Certain countries seem to produce more of these crooks. Pressure to publish as a factor, perhaps?


    This is the guy who put a lot of those guys on the list. I wish we had more of him.

    https://www.scientificamerican.com/a...&sf222766373=1


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