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"legitimate journal" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

02:00 min | Last month

"legitimate journal" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"Yesterday. there was a bit of excitement online about a new paper. Claiming fun guy had been found growing on the surface of mars. The news really made the rounds buoy. Perhaps by reddit co founder. Alexis hannigan tweeting out one of the articles on it and tagging elon. Musk sane quote just think hashtag space shrooms are gonna be intense af and quotes but sadly the whole thing was a bunch of crap. Basically just the latest in a long line of one particular hacks attempts to get his pseudoscience hogwash published in legitimate journals so the claim that was actually published in the journal advances in microbiology and included co-authors from harvard smithsonian center for astrophysics george mason university and other institutions. That should know better. Was that images taken by. Nasr's rovers on mars as well as its reconnaissance. Orbiter high-rise camera show several fungus like organisms. And that they believe the images show fungus because quoting the paper. Fungi thrive in radiation intense environments and quotes and quoting from future ism. The team went so far. As to say that black fungi. Bacteria like specimens also appeared atop the rovers. They didn't stop there. The team also examined photos taken by nasa's high rise and found evidence for amorphous specimens within a crevice that change shape and location than disappeared. It is well established that a variety of terrestrial organisms survive. Mars like conditions. The team concludes given the likelihood earth has been seeding mars with life and life has been repeatedly transferred between worlds. It would be surprising if there was no life on mars. The team argues that these martian life forms would have evolved on an already be adapted to the low temperatures intermittent availability of water. Low amounts of free oxygen and high levels of radiation and quotes.

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No Shrooms on Mars, Just Misinformation

Kottke Ride Home

02:00 min | Last month

No Shrooms on Mars, Just Misinformation

"Yesterday. there was a bit of excitement online about a new paper. Claiming fun guy had been found growing on the surface of mars. The news really made the rounds buoy. Perhaps by reddit co founder. Alexis hannigan tweeting out one of the articles on it and tagging elon. Musk sane quote just think hashtag space shrooms are gonna be intense af and quotes but sadly the whole thing was a bunch of crap. Basically just the latest in a long line of one particular hacks attempts to get his pseudoscience hogwash published in legitimate journals so the claim that was actually published in the journal advances in microbiology and included co-authors from harvard smithsonian center for astrophysics george mason university and other institutions. That should know better. Was that images taken by. Nasr's rovers on mars as well as its reconnaissance. Orbiter high-rise camera show several fungus like organisms. And that they believe the images show fungus because quoting the paper. Fungi thrive in radiation intense environments and quotes and quoting from future ism. The team went so far. As to say that black fungi. Bacteria like specimens also appeared atop the rovers. They didn't stop there. The team also examined photos taken by nasa's high rise and found evidence for amorphous specimens within a crevice that change shape and location than disappeared. It is well established that a variety of terrestrial organisms survive. Mars like conditions. The team concludes given the likelihood earth has been seeding mars with life and life has been repeatedly transferred between worlds. It would be surprising if there was no life on mars. The team argues that these martian life forms would have evolved on an already be adapted to the low temperatures intermittent availability of water. Low amounts of free oxygen and high levels of radiation and quotes.

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Russia's pot the election char more media spin the New York. Times wanted to get to this yesterday but it was a loaded show loaded show today to New York Times but out of store yesterday. What are they trying to get ahead of years? There's always a reason if you believe this journalism again. Go to the same psychiatrist. I just suggest that the other gentleman's go and ladies go through who believed that the Russians bought the election New York Times court bans agents. Who Botched Carter Page surveillance from seeking wiretaps okay? Well what's the story again? What's the real story? Why is the New York Times putting south? I'll get to a screen shot a moment from this. Let me just get to the point. The FIS accord is now temporarily banned. The agents involved in the Carter page FIS warm which was basically a vehicle to spy on the trump. T- right as you know for my interview with Carter Page at CPAC if you listen to her. Somebody Youtube Channel. They ban them from going to court for five warrants for the for the near future. Now folks is as a former Fed Myself. That is devastating. Now it's not enough please. Don't even it's not enough. People should be prosecuted period full stuff. I'm just telling you that you're pretty much done as an agent you're done. You're only purpose. Agents to go into court testifies an African on. Moore's if you can't do it because you would ban you're done you're finish your useless. You're going to these guys should be fired. Ben Even should be prosecuted. But I'm telling you their career at least temporarily here is over. So why is the New York Times reporting this story? Obviously that reflects positively on the trump team and Carter page look these FBI agents are being sanctioned right. Now why are they writing this? There's always and I'm always the guy to give it to you because they're trying to set up the narrative already joe that this isn't a systemic problem at the FBI lying to spy on political candidates. For Hillary it's just a couple of dudes and they've already been sanctions so by really condescending people. Who Do you cook a coin by now see? Oh No investigation needed here folks. The verdict is in. It was just a couple a low level guys. It's not systemic. Let's renew FIS authority. Renew the Patriot. Act keep up the political spying. Because don't you worry it was just that Coppola guys at the bottom? It's the real reason they wrote the story. Trust me on that one. It has nothing to do with exposing FBI ages who lied to the Pfizer Court. It has everything to do with telling you. Don't worry isolated problem here. Let's go to the New York Times piece to show you how again they can never ever tell you the truth. We hear expose these lunatics. They're talking about Michael Hearts the Inspector General. Who investigated this they say? Well how did not find evidence to confirm Republican conspiracy theories that the Russia investigation and surveillance of Mr Page where high level PLOT TO SABOTAGE MR trump for political reasons? Really really. So that's what he said that's what he said so. The New York Times is reporting that as a Republican conspiracy theory just to be. He goes on in the next sentence by the way to suggest that this that the judge Bosberg conveniently the same judge who screwed up that other thing we talked about in the beginning of the show that they're just discipliny knees guys again the narrative. Don't worry she small. But what's important there in the takeaway wanted us not disciplining this small crew isolated prob Joe who nothing to worry about. You also pay no attention to Republican conspiracy theories that this attacked by these FBI personnel on president trump. Do their spying operation. It's a conspiracy theory that this was politically motivated. It is hard said that remember. This is supposed to be journalism affect and New York's lawn is supposed to be legitimate journal there. I mean we all know they're not. But there's shockingly still very very small but small portions of America that believe the New York Times is anything other than a left wing conspiracy blood so according to the New York Times are which is clearly dispelled Republican conspiracy conspiracy theories air quotes that the attack on president trump through the spying. Operation Spiky was politically motivated. Okay well let's go to the video. What exactly did Michael Horowitz say? Did he say it definitely was not joe he must have said that right? I'm just following the New York Times. This logic is the audience referee. Must if the conspiracy theory so according to the journalist at the New York Times Charlie savage fake news specialist. Obviously Horowitz has thrown that in the garbage and as no evidence at all that there was political motivation at target. Donald Trump. Okay let's listen to Michael Horowitz himself in January twenty seventeen when they figure out the primary sub source and they talked to the the Russian guide that provided still all the information. What should the FBI have done at that moment to things reconsidered internally where things stood and most importantly told the lawyers at the Justice Department who they were asking to help them get Fiso in their five people in that interview right correct? Okay are you going to make sure those five people are known to the higher ups? They are all part of the referral that I mentioned earlier. Okay did they have a duty to report to their supervisors and eventually to the court sculptor information absolutely. They did not. They did not why. That's the question I can't specifically answer for you. Can you say it wasn't because of political bias? On on decisions regarding those spies up matters. I do not know their state of married at this point. So we're talking about actions now and trying to figure out what would motivate people. Listen I get it. I'm just a form of fed former candidate. I you know I understand. I don't run a major newspaper. I'M NOT JEFF bezos. I can't by the Washington Post The Wall Street Journal. Get it just one dude here. But how hard was it for Charlie? Savage of the New York Times in his story to quote Harwit's himself rather than just make something up. It's hard that clip is not hard to find. I kid you not when I tell you I went to twitter and it took me under five minutes to find that I'm being generous at. That honestly probably took thirty seconds. But I'm trying to be fair to alleged journalist Charlie savage who's claiming that there's no evidence of political bias. And it's a conspiracy theory. That is not what Horowitz said. He was asked directly by Lindsey Graham when the FBI agents found out they had information exculpatory information. Other words information. The trump team was innocent of all of these charges. Why didn't they tell the court that Lindsey Graham says? Can you eliminate political bias as a reason hearts? I can't but for you reading The New York Times. A left wing activist blog. No more. It's not journal and stop telling me you have no evidence whatsoever. The New York Times does any journalism at all. It is not journalism it's opinion it's blogging. It's lies it's not journalism they could've found that cut in two seconds and indicated in the peace and it would have been fair to say although political bias. Bihar hasn't been confirmed. It has not been eliminated as a motive. They could have done that here and they didn't they call that a Republican conspiracy theory because it's a fake newspaper. It's not real news. It's all fake. I know liberals listening this show whether it's on. Kabc radio listening on Youtube. Listening on Apple. Podcasts over I know this bothers you. I know you're pulling your hair out and your raging at me right now. I believe me I get your dopey emails and your threats game all the time you get me you rage it me because you know you're living ally because you know what I said is true all you had to do when you're fake. News papers was quote Harwich directly. But you refused. You made up a lie about what Harwood said and called it a Republican conspiracy theory. Because you're liars and I just proved that to you. By playing Horowitz himself and it drives you wild. Because you're all liars you conspiracy theory promoting lunatics and it drives you nuts because you've had to have a moment of self reflecting we've looked in the mirror and you don't like what you see your bothered by yourself.

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Is that isolated brains sure inc.. I don't mean isolated like operating in a bell jar because that'd be kind of gross but fodder for science fiction I mean social disconnection approve eight. People lived and worked at a German research station for fourteen months in the Antarctic and except for a little bit of time during the summer when they had other scientists they just had long darkness of a polar winter and social isolation apparently the WIFI signal. There is weak as well. So persistently white polar landscape temperature below fifty degrees degrees and you can't even be evacuated if bad things happen afterwards researchers in Berlin looked at their brains with MRI and wanted to know before and after are changes and what they found was really interesting so interesting that the New England Journal Medicine published that which is pretty much very legitimate journal even though some of the stuff they publisher publisher on statins is probably garbage. So you guys contender revisit that anyway the social isolation and monotonous environment is pretty much what we're going to experience when we go to space ace so it's really important to know what's going on here. Good news what happened is reversible and their hippocampal volume the hippocampus and the brain shrunk by seven percent which is not a good thing. The good thing is the brains plastic. You can grow it back. My hippocampal volume is eighty seven th percentile. Ah For my age group. In other words my brains and shrinking the way it normally does hippocampal volume is a early indicator whether you get see now. Cognitive dementia or Alzheimer's. So you want to big fat juicy. Ucla campus being alone in a featureless landscape in the dark is apparently bad for you and if you live in Canada I'm sorry sorry. I live in Canada Canada to that was just a joke about the winter darkness seasonal disorder etc etc.. Today's episode is a special live episode so recorded in an actual proper studio in fact more than proper studio because I met Stephen Funhouse in the studio that he uses for his work and Steve. Steve is the guest today. I almost feel like he doesn't need an introduction but I know some people listening to this show pretty much all the time a treating patients or in lab rooms uh-huh or probably in social isolation this might be the one bright light of their day. So if you don't know who Steve Him yes. He's one of the most successful across John Artists with about one point. Five billion music streams on spotify and a couple two billion on youtube founder of Record Label Label and Events Lifestyle Company Called Dim Mak. And he's launched the careers of global acts like the kills the chain smokers and tons of others just a creative genius guide admired for a long time and also a guy who's recognized by Forbes is one of the top five highest pay deejays of twenty eighteen and the world's hardest working DJ. And they call him one of the most in demand entertainers in the world and he let me into his house where I just jumped into a pit full full of foam blocks Steve. Welcome to the show. Thanks for coming here actually It's it's Super Fun we've been. I think texting back and forth worth for like three years trying to find day. We were both in the same city and I still have yet to come to one of your performance because every time I check on an airplane go somewhere else so we finally made it work. Thank you for having me over here. It's there's so many things we talk about on the interview because you have a fashion label so you have this lifestyle thing that you do and the the ability to create your own music as well as to find other acts. You're creative genius. I WANNA digging your brain about why your creative genius. Do you know I I wouldn't call myself a critic jeans I would definitely I I'm I'm a grinding immigrant. Her so like I grind it out. I'll I'll work three times as hard like I would. I think of creative genius I think of like in my field. Calvin Harris Scroll IX artists that they Put Time and attention into one song or one project and it literally influences culture And they do it time and time again they always always find a way to pioneer and No matter what's happening they'll they'll do something different than everybody else. And everyone follows those to me. Are the creative uses in my field but what I do is that's not my strategy. My strategy is since I don't feel like I'm there. I'm just going to do a lot. I'm going to do a lot of different songs a lot of different ways to challenge my process so in time I just get better and more fluid with my my whole process my approach on how creating and one of those might hit hit so hard work and iterating not creative genius. Yeah it's not it's not natural force like I would even say when I got into music I feel like when I get into anything that I'm passionate about. I'm generally a sea level talent. I'm dead serious. I really feel like we were playing ping pong unlike the worst ping pong player out with my friend group. But I will take the lessons and I will be playing ping pong over and over again with all my all my friends that play. They always beat me but I still like to take lessons. I get the passion grand and When I'm in the studio I just shut the door here? We are in the near future cave and And I just I just keep working start pumping out whatever I can I do and I'm still you know forty two I've done so many remix us so many tracks so many lives and yet I'm still doing the same amount of remixes the same unattractively they medical labs nothing's really stopping That that same consistency or even even as I have excelled or have reached levels of success. US where you'd think like well slowdown and Becau and then put out last. I'm I'm still pumping out. You know the same you know. I don't I WANNA say quantity over quality here but the way. My career has grown from doing a lot and then sharpening. It's like sharpening your sword. You know like the more you use it the more the more you just get better at it and and then one of those strikes is going to really you. Shake the world up and It's like some artists can get on that one. Try for me it takes about maybe ten. Okay it you write right about some of this in your new book that is fascinating as called blue the color of noise. And I'm having a hard time believing what you just said. So if you are perfectly average at this I mean you're you're well-funded your dad created Benihana so you might be able to afford a mistake or two more but if one intended canton of the things you did hit at a certain point people would maybe two a little bit. You're here it has to be better than that. Yeah well I guess this is like what I I say to myself. So it's a lot of mindset approach Because I guess you're right if I did put out like nine really horrible songs or put out nine things out of ten that people like turned off. Turn away from then. They wouldn't listen to that one right so I guess you're right on. Oh now I put it in my in my head. I keep myself grounded in that place because I don't WanNa feel like well. I only need to do this. Just one thing and I'll be fine. I'm always kind of anxious that both that people just won't won't you know they won't like it as much as me. I just have to love it myself. Then I'll put it out there but I know that in in you know what you're saying. Is that the way that I love and once I once I love what I'm doing and I'm able to put that out to the world I there is that level of like okay. This is GonNa be something that's going to be important from your culture because I just know to that point now as far as how much it shakes up culture to You know the the artists that you know we we go back to these talented ours. Just put out like the one the one record and boom you know they like break you know they break the mold mold You Know I. I've said this before like I don't ever think of myself as like the anomaly. That does that you know otherwise. It's just like you know like I might stop you know my process and I feel like it's working. You mentioned something about a adjust knowing in there and I interviewed Rick Rubin and if gotten to know him and we've actually talked back and forth about it on the show about at that sense of of just knowing and being sensitive to things because I I could kinda believe you accept your also just know 'cause we looked at where you go to design fashion and which is like a think floor above or below us? I get lost in this but you look at it and you just know what you WanNa do and you know when it's right where it does just knowing live in your. Is it a cognitive thing. Do you feel in your gut like where does that. Live in your body It's definitely differently. It's an informed feeling and it's it's also fleeting it like a comic. Oh so Like for example when I'm in the studio If I'm working on a record the melody is really important. Okay okay like I think it's easy easy to to say like naturally when you listen to a song like melodies what's going to make you sing along or like mega hook out of something. There's a million dollars that you you can make. Yeah and actually it's like music is an interesting thing because like you know everyone's done the same melodies. Yeah you know it's like it's been rehashed a million times. It's like wearing the same pair of pants like everyone's worn those pants. And you just have to acid wash them differently or paint it differently but people already done that is just how you wear how you presented out to the world that makes it a little different so for me when I'm in here and And I'm trying to come up with a melody that's GonNa you know that gets it up the part of like okay. That's the one that's definitely the one out of the sixty melodies that were trying to you find are. I'm trying to write on on the Midi. This is the one now for me. I can't think about what's outside the room so you get into the flow state when you do that. Yeah I can't think about what other people's opinions are that that that sucks up your whole flow and when you talk about that though you're always pointing to to read mill your chances you feel like in your heart when the melodies right yeah. It's definitely it's definitely. I definitely like the center. The center of my body. It was Israel. Yeah because it's it's an emotional thing you know. I mean when you boil music now and you boil a lot of this stuff down like the creative process. It's it's feelings failings process costs and emotional process so you get it like you know it. It's like it's there before you even realize it once. Yes you hear it once. You know once you've played ten times you're like oh it's so like part of your DNA. Like you know that. Well when you when when I get there air.

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on Science Friction

Science Friction

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on Science Friction

"Junk. hunk is the science in predatory journals. You and colleagues have have conducted a study to analyze the quality of the research that the studies that Mike it into that are accepted by predatory journals. What's striking observations? Did you make the Quick Tanko. Messages at the quality of reporting of these articles is really horrendously bad epidemiologist David Moa at the University of Ottawa. And when we compare that to do what we might consider is the legitimate literature it. It's very very much worse. And that's not to say that there aren't problems in the quality of reporting sorting of Legitimate Journal. There are but when we moved to predatory journals it suggests that there's the the screening that's going on so for example. We consider peer review in a sense of screen of the integrity. And the scientific composer of the research is perhaps not going on many of these papers. These are funded by Reputable agencies and so in a country like Canada where much research is paid out of You taxpayer dollars. It's really very very wasteful. It scientifically very problematic won't be seeing won't be cited and of course it's a waste of money any and it. It may also contribute to sort of adding layers of fakeness to what people are trying to get at is the truth because they don't conduct a proper period view and their publishing bogus science. If you have an agenda A nonscientific agenda agenda pseudoscientific agenda. You can use predatory publishers to publish your work. You know two of the biggest open questions in in science are what what is the nature of dark matter and what is the nature of dark energy this is from cosmology. And there's no scientific consensus as to the answers to those two questions in their big big questions in cosmology and physics. The biggest questions of all I think so but those questions have been answered. Many times in predatory journals are knows. There's lots of people writing articles claiming that they've discovered the answers to those questions in the predatory. Publishers are happy to accept them as long as the authors pay the fee and and they're published. There's some out there that would happily publish your paper saying that. Vaccines Cause Autism or that. There's no global warming occurring or that nuclear power is is going to destroy everybody. A bread causes cancer. Anything you want to write you can ride it and they'll publish as long as you. Pay The fee David. Mo- assays that like fake news scientists and citizens and clinicians and now struggling to distinguish fact from fiction in predatory publications and he wants a global observatory. Set Up to scrutinize they practices the problem. Is that many of these predatory predatory journals they are now making their way into Trusted sources over example for many researchers clinicians enjoy patients. They may look a pubmed put out by the National Library of medicine. The United States and big data rice of scientific pipers a huge database. And and what we see is that they're getting infiltrated. With articles from predatory journals they are funded by esteemed institutions funding institutions such as the National Institutes of health. And what is the patient to do. What's a clinician to do? Will these people make decisions based on on on that sort of evidence and I think that that's an incredibly problematic. Geoffrey beale believes makes international will survive despite the recent US federal fifty million dollar court ruling against them but we'll save science from they sorts of publishers of predatory journals. I don't see the problem going away. In fact. In some a lot of countries the open access advocates have been successful flagging governments. To pass laws requiring federally funded work to be published in open access journals. So they're there. When the predatory publishers here about these laws they are ecstatic about them because it helps them because a certain percentage of the people are going to be publishing in in the predatory journals whether by mistake or or intentionally in they will be the market the market is there and it's encoded in law now increasingly so they had a we stop the open access movement? which many says a positive thing you don't From being infiltrated by predatory publishes. I don't know a way to stop them. Publishers have freedom of the press. And there's really no laws. They're not breaking any laws in most cases unless they engage in and identity theft or other things like that but for the most part they're they're completely sanctioned by by governments because of freedom of the press. Uh John Behan. I think we're GONNA have to reinvent how we do things this old fashioned way of submitting a paper and having some mysterious peer review ooh that no one ever sees happened behind a curtain and results in yesterday. No I think we may have to really put some effort into alternative models and they do exist. I it's just that that's a big culture change. You could make pure review transparent for example you can have the review part of the record of the paper. Let's really embarrassing harassing. It's scary for most scientists to think of a worldwide. That's the norm. So there's a lot of resistance there are certainly if it's on the to open up that whole peer review prices Isis and in fact even crowd source at. Yeah that's one way forward another would be you have some kind of Global Auditing System. Where you know someone like me me doing a sting operation like I did is just continuously rolling along to find out if you're keeping your word of doing period view that's expensive and unlikely likely to happen because everyone has to agree to do it well in some sense? Some might be surprised to hear that it's not happening at all and that anyone everyone pretty much anyone could establish a scientific journal put it online make it look legit and start making money. Oh Yeah you and I could make a journal right now. I can and fifteen minutes to wordpress site and attach a bank count to it. I mean what he reckon these a fancy name. What should we used? Ralian Million Journal of Melbourne San Francisco Melbourne Frisco Journal where we can work. On that the John Bohannon Geoffrey Beale and David Moa joining may today and thank you for your ears. Thanks to co-produce Jane Lee Talk to me on twitter at the tash cashew Mitchell or email me at the science friction website. And I'm back with all spanking brand new shows twenty twenty next week June in shared the podcasting getting touch by..

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on Science Friction

Science Friction

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on Science Friction

"Junk thank you seem predatory channel you in colleague have conducted a study to analyze the quality of the research that the studies that Mike hitting two that are directed by predatory journals. What talking observations did you make? The Quick Tanko messages at the quality of reporting of these articles is really horrendously. Bad Epidemiologist David Moa at the University of Ottawa. And when we compare that to do what we might consider. Is the legitimate literature it. It's very very much worse. And that's not to say that there aren't problems in the quality of reporting noting of Legitimate Journal with our our but when we moved to predatory journals it suggests that there's Do the screening. That's going on so. For example we consider peer review in a sense of screen of the integrity and the scientific composer of the research is perhaps not going on many of these papers. These are funded by Reputable agencies and so in a country like Canada were much research is paid out of You you know taxpayer dollars. It's really very very wasteful. It scientifically very problematic. It won't be seeing won't be cited and of course it's a waste of money any and it. It may also contribute to sort of adding layers of fakeness to what people are trying to. That is the truth because they don't conduct a proper peer review and their publishing bogus science. If you have an agenda A nonscientific agenda agenda pseudoscientific agenda. You can use predatory publishers to publish your work. You know two of the biggest open questions in in science are what what is the nature of dark matter and what is the nature of dark energy this is from cosmology. And there's no scientific consensus as to the answers to those two questions in their big big questions in cosmology and physics the biggest Clinton's of all I think so but those questions have been answered many times in predatory journals or knows there's lots of people writing articles claiming that they've discovered the answers to those questions in the predatory. Publishers are happy to accept them as long as the authors pay the fee and they're published. There's some out there that would happily publish your paper saying that. Vaccines Cause Autism or that. There's no global warming occurring or that Nuclear power is is going to destroy everybody. A bread causes cancer. Anything you want to write you can write it and they'll publish as long as you. Pay The fee David. Maui day that like fake news Danz and Peterson's and clinician and now struggling to distinguish fact from fiction in predatory publications and he wants a Global Observatory that up to scrutinize they practices the problem. Is that many of these predatory predatory journals they are now making their way into Trusted sources over example for many researchers clinicians wins patients. They may look a pubmed product brother National Library Medicine. The United States and big data of pipers a huge database. And and what we see is that they're getting infiltrated with articles from predatory journals that are funded by esteemed institutions funding institutions such as the National Institutes of health. And what is the patient to do. What's a clinician to do? Will these people make decisions based on on on that sort of evidence and I think that that's an incredibly problematic. Jeffrey beal believed mcteer. National will survive despite the recent you with federal fifty million dollar court ruling against them but will die. From NATO's of publishes of Predatory Janelle. I don't see the problem going away. In fact. In some a lot of countries the open access advocates have been successful. Salaam getting governments to pass laws requiring federally funded work to be published in open access journals. So they're they're in a when the predatory publishers here about these laws they are ecstatic about them because it helps them. Because certain percentage of the people are going to be publishing in in the predatory journals whether by mistake or or intentionally in they will be the market the market is there and it's encoded in law now increasingly so they had a we stop the open access movement. which many as a positive thing you don't from being infiltrated by predatory publishes? I don't know a way to stop them. Publishers have freedom of the press. And there's really no laws. They're not breaking any laws in most cases unless they engage in identity theft or other things like that but for the most part they're they're completely sanctioned by by governments because of freedom of the press. Uh John I think we're GONNA have to reinvent how we do things this old fashioned way of submitting a paper and having some mysterious peer review do that you know no one ever sees happened behind a curtain and results in yes or no I think we may have to really put some effort into alternative models and they do exist. I it's just that that's a big culture change. You could make transparent for example you could have the review part of the record of the paper and it's really embarrassing harassing. It's scary for most scientists to think of a world. That's the norm. So there's a lot of resistance. They're out Bentley. If it's on to open up that whole peer reviewed pride it can impact David Crowds. That's one way or another would be you have some kind of Global Auditing System. Where you know someone like me not doing a sting operation like I did just continuously rolling along to find out if you're keeping your word of doing period view? That's expensive and unlikely unlikely to happen because everyone has to agree to do it. Well income since Proud to he that it's not happening at all and that anyone everyone pretty much anyone could establish a scientific journal put it online make it look legit dot making money. Oh Yeah you and I could make a journal right now. I can and fifteen minutes. What wordpress site and attach your bank account to it? I mean reckon fancy name what should we kill. Trillion Trillion Alien Journal of Melbourne Melbourne Frisco Journal of where we can work on that the John Bohannon Geoffrey Beale and David Moa joining me today and thank you for your thank to co produce. The Jane Lee Talk to me on twitter at Natasha. Hash Mitchell or email me that the friction website and I'm back with old brand new show for twenty twenty. Make tweak gene shared the podcasting getting touch by..

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

11:57 min | 1 year ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"Phone call with one of their recruiters. Yeah Arias areas. Is the expert in travel. Physical therapy a U. R. E.. US MEDICAL DOT com. That's Arias Medical Group A U. R. E. US medical dot COM com our home on the Internet by CAST DOT COM created by build build. PD provides marketing services services specifically for private practice PT's website development and hosted inviting content marketing solutions PT clinics across the country scene with PT. Can Do for you today. Dot Com. We're back let's get back to the show. Were you sitting around. Hopefully a beer or a drink was involved when you said. Hey you know we should do. and which is the beginning of of anything. Hopefully one of you said. Hey Hang on hold my beer and started typing. But how how did this thing come about when you said. Let's let's see what ridiculous stuff we can actually get published. It was crazy. Josh Cleland's idea is a mask. You're generating crazy ideas but actually not following through these so the politics were dumb enough. I have to agree to do it with them. So you get the emails overnight because they come from usually Africa the Middle East India new wakeup in your email box if she had thirty to forty requests to submit a paper. Josh publishes a lot. He has well over two hundred legitimate publication so he gets about thirty to forty these day so he contacted acted all and I by email and said hey. I'm so sick of this crazy paper and I had a gap in my schedule so I started writing. Sent it to those guys they added. They're beautiful remarks to end. The we submitted it to the first request we had and it was published. So crazy joshes the impetus behind us so give if people that the nuts and bolts. What are the? What did the patient look like dead for five years repeated spinal manipulations and then poof? Like how would you describe it if you were going to present this as a legitimate intimate paper. Yeah so it's it's so full of garbage that it's really hard to describe it without somebody saying no. He's he's pulling our leg dead. Five years he met two clinical prediction rules. He centralized allies it. Low fear avoidance multiple subway stations. I mean we made up all this Baloney in a Oswestry of one hundred timed up and go the incident time. I'm because he couldn't get out of the chair. He was unresponsive. During the patient history silliness throughout the whole thing. We decided that a manipulation of only in one manipulation was needed but it would need to be repeated two hundred fifty times which is ridiculous at manipulation. One hundred seventy six. He started to see major changes his in his self reported disability quality of life and then he came back to life. Oh Man I gotta wipe my eyes right now. I'm tearing up a little bit. I mean it's just you riddled riddled with landmines. Anybody who who knew any of these words would say this. I mean it wasn't just one thing or a piece of data or data set this with this thing was stacked act completely stacked end so stacked we had a lawyer. Look at it to make sure that we weren't going to get in trouble. The lawyer wrote wrote back to US instead. This is the funniest thank I've ever read the lawyer sorted out. There's no way if this American we let it let ride so boom you guys get the email you put put together landmine ridden paper patient survives. Fantastic how long did it go from writing to submission to publication less than two weeks weeks that in fact we sent an email because the first thing they did is once they receive the The manuscript submission by email by anyway. They said we're GONNA need you to agree to pay four hundred and forty dollars. I wrote back and said no I. I don't agree to pay. That didn't hear from him and the next thing I know it was a complete copy edited. Final accepted publication. That they sent to me. That never requested the money again. I even emailed them as a courtesy and said hey was a fake paper. Probably WanNa pull it off your website. Nope they offered me a an editorial position after I sent him. You got a job. Yes wow even better so would love to break some news here. Are you going to be taking the position with that journal. No I politely declined. I think like my standards are a little too strict for that journal. What was the name of the Journal just because now I'm curious it was the archives of Women's health are something like that and that's another thing? Ah Our patient was male. Had nothing to do with the focus of the Journal. They were just looking for anything. But but now they're starting to use words that as you mentioned earlier ear which are difficult to sort out the archives of archives right there it sounds like it's legitimate true. That what they do is they target big-name journals they tweak the words a little bit so the an unassuming individual will think that they're actually dealing with that particular journal and we started going out for just pure math as you mentioned engine. Most of these things are in the lower income areas and email cost nothing. So if you send a thousand emails. You've you've likely copied and pasted an ask request and you're you're sitting there for a couple of hours you know. It's it's hard to blame the telemarketers when people are still ordering stuff when they pick up the phone so that's where we come back to full circle the dark side of pubmed and Predator journals. Talk that you're going to be given at. CSM Thursday January twenty fourth eight am and that's going to be in room. One fifty nine A and B You're going to be there with Lori. Michener Frederico Posey Julie Tilson let us know what we can learn there. What are we gonNA walk out of there knowing how to do? But you know you can get a blacklist and this is what Jeff reveals lists used to be in that would be a list of all the journals and all the predatory journals end the we've really strayed away from that because they're proliferating so quickly that it's almost impossible. I would've stay on top of that so we will be talking about white listing. What do you look for in a proper journal? Certainly one of the things. I'm GonNa talk about how it's impacted academia Daimyo at how sleazy academicians are actually using Predatory publishing the pad their CB's to get promoted and to get tenure and a a lot of universities are really struggling with this especially smaller universities. That really require a lot of teaching from their Field that this is their only way of going. We're going to talk a lot about the history of predatory publishing. We'll talk a little bit about some of the things that have happened including our particular thing that we did for fun but it has really done a nice job of pointing out how easy it is published in this particular area and we'll talk a little bit about fake news our Source Amnesia. And how overtime what you read aide Legitimate Journal and what you rate allows the Journal tends to have the same level of creative so we're trying to say our profession is evidence based and with the proliferation of predatory journals and Fash tag fake research. It's going to undermine what the thing that we're trying to build and unfortunately it is difficult and for good the reason to produce quality research and when it's out there you want to be able to find it. It looks like on a lot of different sides of the coin. Academics publishing people being duped into it or using it on purpose maliciously. It looks like is a giant giant problem as you mentioned only getting bigger. I am astounded by the number eight to ten thousand. But as you mentioned they're they're easy to create because they're made of air easy to get a deal I number and pretend you have a journal it's astounding just four or five years ago. It was six hundred and quickly huge problem. Anything else that you're looking forward to a 'em how do you pick what you what you go and you spend your time on in in terms of Presentations what do you look for. How do you pick so like you mostly do networking and you end up with so many people your schedule the me? It's it's the perfect time to do that because everybody is there. I like to target courses that it's a rare chance to actually see somebody speak so whether that's an overseas person that comes in or committee. It's a topic that I I don't normally see an end. Then I show up about forty five minutes before it actually starts to make sure that I can get that is hand because if you think it's interesting chances are with last last. CSM NEW ORLEANS. Seventeen thousand plus some of those rooms could get big and they can get overflowed. And if you're GONNA if there's something that you want really WanNa see and we suggest it's this often get there early as you as you just mentioned and yeah why first couple. CSM's do interviews out there. I'd reach out to people and they'd give me these these windows of time that were super small and I thought I was getting blown off and then go to. CSM's and you realize it might be a couple days but it's there. There are very few opportunities to actually do stuff because there are so many people when you want to be able to say hi in person agreed and the evening functions to are as strong as the day functions. There's very little sleep in that three four day period I say. CSM's four days of longest eight days in my life. Because you need a vacation when you get back from it. It feels like it's and it's a weekend of Vegas right if you're in a room or the Expo Hall. No windows no clocks. It feels like it's always daytime. I'm assuming the I cannot confirm or deny that they're pumping oxygen into the room to keep us awake. I don't know it could be. That's a good so again Dan. The dark side of pubmed predatory journals is going to be Thursday January. Twenty four eight to ten with Chad Cook Lori Michener for Rico Posey and Julie Early Tilson that's going to be in one fifty nine am be. I will say download the abt a APP because sometimes rooms change and they will be updated on the APP faster faster than the website rule looking forward to this. I think this is important and only going to get bigger as you mentioned being six hundred five years ago and now we're close it on ten K.. Hey this is something that we definitely need to put some effort into to make sure our profession doesn't get eroded parting shot last thing we do on the show. This is the parting shots. Take the parting. Shot is brought to you by rock tate. They're more than just a tape company. There are movement company. Rock tape helps athletes at every level. Go stronger longer. Her with the best kinesiology tape. Cutting education and fitness support products. Raw tape wants people to move more and move better. Find Them Online at rock tape dot com uh-huh slash medical. How about we do? The antithesis of Predatory Journal about the jam series have you you may have seen our opioid taper. That came out again suggests a the early access to PT Exposure. Just exposure doesn't even mean good care but just care by e t actually decreases downstream USA. Both few ice and that paper came out on Friday and Jemma Open. Hope everybody gets a chance to read that. We're starting to see enough information to suggest that early access. Access to PT really changes that healthcare utilization process and good way last question Zion Williams. Can she in fact jump over the backboard. It looks like he can clear the backboard. You probably saw him hit his head on the on the backboard it's insane. I can't believe the guy he is. He is a big big man. He's alive at a chance HE S. I saw them play eastern Michigan so I saw him in person. He's a beast. I know he's only here for one year but we're sure glad we got looking forward to uh to see and some more of that. Good Luck in the dance with Zion. He's a he's a big dance partner to have on your team doctor. Jack Cook from Duke University looking forward to seeing you at CSM. Thanks for taking the time not done with us. Hey thanks again for all of what you do and giving us the boys the PT podcast is a product of P podcast LLC it is hosted and produced by hi PT podcast CEO Jim McKay and Cbo Sky Donovan from Marymount University we talk pt drink beer and recorded this has been another poor four from the PT PODCAST PD. PODCAST is intended for educational purposes. 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"legitimate journal" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"It was a relationship that grew in the trust level was very high. I think there's too much smoke around Aaron Rodgers absolutely over the years to family and the whole thing. Go ahead going first of all, I know most people want to believe this. And I don't know the reporter from adamant I don't have a real high opinion of Bleacher report one way or the other. That said nobody goes to carve out their career by writing a phony story of this magnitude that there's truth in this can take people who are willing to to to to, you know, really go after these guys that were close to the situation players and the players could have had an agenda as well. Yeah. We we just went through this was Bleacher report. I know that we went through this a couple of weeks ago, just a mock Bleacher reply. No that was because when it was run by fans when fans used to write for now, they've higher legitimate writers. Mike Freeman writes for Bleacher report. Okay. I mean, you may not like him. But he's he's legitimate journals. He's working for the New York Times. And I'm not a big fan of bleach report. But that was the difference between then and now big fan of freemen. We had I like, Mike, okay? A couple years a couple of weeks ago. We had this situation in Philly with Carson Wentz. A reporter. I know in Philly who writes for the Philly voice, a website detailed. This story is pretty much like this in a way that Carson Wentz was not well liked in in the locker room that the coaches weren't crazy about him that he wasn't a great leader. And you know, that that right or caught a lot of flack and then two weeks later, maybe about two weeks later Carson Wentz pretty much came out and said, you know, maybe I need to change some things he didn't necessarily validate what the story said. But he did you're right by saying and more times than not you're going to have a situation like that here. Aaron Rodgers may just be a real loose cannon. But you know, it's hard. It's hard for me to criticize Aaron Rodgers. Because he went out with a lithium mone-. You know, I mean come on you like danika, Patrick too. Don't you? I'd like I like that a capacity as as a racer. Not necessarily as babe compared to Olympia money that that's that's that's high strategy appears to be nuts too. Well, but still I mean, I it's so it's hard for me to get to work up angry about Aaron Rogers says he he had enough to hang with Livia mon-. He can't be that crazy in the last month or two we've had been whence in Rogers. Yes. And all three of them are elite quarterbacks going into hall and went so I think everybody recognizes the talent last year was a rough year coming off the injury from the year before he ended up injured again. It may just be the nature of the position. Yes position that is given more responsibility than any position on the team tends to have more autonomy than any position on the team is a position that's looked at as you got a lead. You got to be a leader more times than not vocal. And otherwise, you're usually the face it a franchise..

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Your borders. It means offer anti and you know, you want anyone coming in. If you don't know who they are when you're nationalist. That's one of your goals. It's he was very open about that at the beginning when he was running, and he's continuing that now this should not nationalists, nationalist, you mentioned stew being prepared. I don't think that we're prepared at all for this right now. And I think that justifies the military buildup as well. Like, you're looking at a possible. It's this these type of tactics. I don't think ever been tried on us before there's a there's a I think it said four thousand people in the caravan right now, that's the one headed towards Mexico City. There's another three thousand department homeland security director and the department of defense confirm. There's a three thousand strong caravan also building up Guatemala, so it's almost looking like they're doing waves. I don't care how even if you have a wall there, if you have what seven thousand people rushing a border at once you're going to have some issues so to deal with that. They've there's already two thousand national guardsman down there. They just announced yesterday that they're sending five thousand additional troops down to the border. There's also going to be an additional seven thousand twenty four hour emergency. You know, oh, call up if they need them. So we're potentially looking at fourteen thousand people if they needed that could be on the border, very significant not only that but Mattis has has green lit them to carry live ammunition, which I don't think has ever happened before. I don't think it happened during the Obama and Bush years, I don't believe know, what probably happened in the fifties. Probably you know, what's what's incredible is I saw picture, and I wanna say it's Spain. Spain and Portugal border, right? There's no water between them. So I think it's Portugal, the Spanish border and the Portuguese could be wrong. We're rushing their border. And there was a whole big group of them, and they were trying to get over the border. Well, they have a giant border wall. And it's a very tall wall. It's probably twenty feet tall, at least and had razor wire on top. And you saw the pictures of it. I saw people that were trying to push people up. They couldn't get to the top of the wall. You don't wanna have military on the border. That's fine. I don't want to. But you gotta have something. And personally, I think having a border wall is better because you don't have the image of an American soldier, you know, having to shoot someone which is what they want which is what I'm sorry. But that's exactly what they want. If you see some of the videos like, you don't see the press. They didn't I didn't see any cameras of from mainstream media pointing at what they were doing at the Guatemalan Mexican border. You only sell this over periscope in Twitter, but they're starting to filter out. Now, they were ripping gates down whether actual gates the border. Have you seen these? They were ripping the gates down in throwing rocks. I I've been to one of these protests, and Israel and Gaza. And that's exactly what it looked like. So I wanna let into your country, and I saw I saw this morning. And I said to Stu we were off the air. I said Stu look at that. That is exactly how it's going to be covered in on our border. And it was the headline on CNN was is Palestinian refugees fired on by his rallies. And it was the picture of the border with the Israelis coming at. I mean, that's exactly how it's going to be covered. Still. There has been some the latest development on the HP vaccine the HP vaccine has been controversial in some areas largely because some states mandate people to take it. And you know, some people don't wanna take it. So it's been kind of a controversial issue. And because there is some thought that the P vaccination could cause cancer in some people ovarian cancer is one of the big accusations. One of the big pieces of evidence was studying totally legitimate journal that came out and there's a recent development..

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"I took out every single furniture piece of furniture like cleared the floor, and I went out, and I was like I remember there's something about a Monja in dog peed getting. And so I just got Vint like, no, yeah. I remember my home tire house with it. Right. Then was like I can't be stuck into kind of more like dog be looked into it. And it said cleaning with ammonia will make your dog pay more in those places. So rather than cleaning all the Pete, and like neutralizing, it, I basically clean clean p with the clean, the number one ingredient in p and only encouraged him to I mean that was forty eight hour cleaning project after I did it. I don't get how you came to the conclusion that you were going to like do it without you're like, yeah. Something about ammonia. I was like trying to be all Ganic. And like, you know, do I know? I don't I. I didn't. I don't know. Why I was just oh, I'm just lying dark place. I was I had a new puppy was PL over my true. It is like desperate. I get that. Because when you have a new baby, it's the same thing. I'm not thinking straight. I am single night of sleep in the past two months. Yeah. Next thing, you know, should we cut in bangs? It's so funny. I was somewhere I was at like I want to say like marshalls or TJ Maxx or something like that. And the two girls behind the counter nice girls because they were younger or else. I would've said women they were pointing people out on that all the time announced bugging me when people refer to older women as girls not when it's a habit. So I'm trying to get out of the habit. So these two young women were talking, and they were doing that thing where you like fold your hair over and try to see if you can do bangs and like they were talking and I couldn't help myself. This is another one of those impulsive Sarah comes out, and I was like make sure your if you make the decision to cut banks you haven't gone through anything recently, especially not a break up. And then I walked away. My god. You didn't even wait for their. They're just looked at me. Like, oh, you're right kind like like, maybe like your sisterhood thing because you're right. Yeah. I was like I'm habit. Tell them. Yeah. I was definitely be careful. You know, thinking about banks make sure you really want to do it. And don't do it on any like. Any impulse or any like never Respecting your. your hair at all. It should not be done in a time of her Moyle transition, totally. Did you read about the academic hoax where these three people I think they might be ACA Demings as well? We're submitting papers to academic journals. They submit twenty articles seven were published seven were are in reviewing re-submit and six were rejected. But they were like absurd and seven were published peer reviewed journals a real legitimate journals. Like, that's a big problem. It's a huge problem in the way that they did is by like using all of the Termini was just that the words it's almost like. Academics. Have this way of talking and writing that it's almost circular where you read a sentence. And it sounds really great. Like, what does that even mean? But they all do it yet. And so if you use a lot of the same, phrases and ideas and concepts like equality progressive concepts than it seems legitimate. One of the articles was about if it was about masturbation, and it argued that if you fantasized about a woman when you masturbated without getting consent that it was a form of violence and. That was published. That hurts but those values right like extreme progressive and liberal, and you could probably argue that like. It's terrible. I am glad they did it. I'm glad they did it because even though I like the right wing people are jumping on this day. Should we tear? Should be there should be more. Oh my God..

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:31 min | 2 years ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You and super glad to have Kyle Drennan on. He is a senior news analyst for marc- Carl. How are you? I'm doing well. Thanks for having me on it. Really? Appreciate having you on today. There's this this story that's dropped now in the course of about twelve or fifteen hours we had maybe even twenty four hours. Then we had Diane Feinstein, a Senator from California say that she had some letter or something that she wouldn't show even the Democrats on the on the panel that are listening to the the possibility of appointing this man to the supreme court Brad Kavanagh, she wouldn't share with anybody wouldn't say the sources, but it's it's something that we have to take very seriously now, Ronan Farrow, a guy who really got some gravitas in some pats on the back for being the great journalist and standing up to NBC news when it came to a Harvey Weinstein, this guy suddenly puts out something in the New Yorker that he's seen a letter or somebody said anonymously to somebody else that there's something that somebody dead. And maybe somebody long story short Kyle. This is horrible journalism. There's no story here unless there's some verification or some ability to to ask questions to you is this journalism at all resistance. Somebody trying to stop a last ditch effort to stop this nomination. Yeah. No. I mean, really what was unbelievable is. I mean last night you had NBC nightly news before we even had any sense of what the allegations were or who is making them or where it was coming from. They they sort of ran with the story. They did a report on nightly news saying it was it was basically like well someone maybe is accusing Brett cavenaugh of something from years ago. And here's a Dianne Feinstein. Here's a cryptic statement from Dianne Feinstein, and that was like that was the story. And it's like, well, that's that doesn't really sound. Like, you don't really have a story there. You just have a bunch of innuendo, and, you know, whispers gossip exactly I mean, the Ronan Farrow piece, you know, at least sort of is saying, well, here's what the allegation is. There's a little more detail to it. But again, it's still it's an anonymous person who doesn't wanna come out publicly. So we really the public can't really judge the credibility of the woman here who's making these accusations. And yeah, there really isn't. Any other evidence sort of backing it up, or or, you know, anything corroborating it, you know, cavenaugh has completely denied it. And so it's it's and then, of course, the real part of the real story here is the timing of all this. Yeah. Because the reporting is shown that by Feinstein knew about this in July and now it's coming out now. So any media coverage if we're going to cover this at all is one of the first things they need to be saying is the timing of this is very strange. It's very suspicious looking very political. So you know, that's bad should immediately raise red flags to any any journalist. He's going to do anything with the story. It's called Drennan. He's the senior news analyst for MRC. I really glad to have the time. Yeah. This whole hearing has been screwed up. Anyway, you've got Cory Booker claiming to be Spartacus, which I don't know if that's a good thing or not because I didn't win in the end. But he claimed to be Spartacus and nobody really backed him. He claimed he broke the rules and punish me if you have to when he didn't really break the rules. Then of course, you had the collusion with the phone call before the hearings started where the Democrats also. Said, yeah, let's let's have protesters. So the whole thing's been just a circus and a kabuki fear. Anyway, now, you've got something that Dianne Feinstein allegedly had since July, which clearly is a lie if she had since July she would've brought it up last week in the hearings. And now, it's it's unsourced. It's anonymous you have to believe it because of the metoo era if somebody says something it's always true, no matter what is from thirty five years ago. And today, I wonder what your thoughts are on this today a bunch of women that went to high school with him. How come out and said this no way this happened? We know this guy, we know how he treated people. We know he treated girls and women back in high school. It just didn't happen now. They're named they say, here's my name. Here's what I say. Here's what I believe will that dissuade people from believing the anonymous letter. You know, I think I think it certainly helps when you have stopped many character witnesses saying, this is not the person, we know this is not you know, we have never seen this kind of behavior. I mean part of you know, one thing to think about is when it comes to this the metoo movement with a lot of these people, including a lot of media figures, Harvey Weinstein, Charlie rose, Matt Lauer. Now, let's move as Jeff anger. There was a pattern. There was a clear pattern. There were multiple women all the stories shared the same kind of detail. Everything corroborated everything else accusers were public. You knew who they were what their background was there. The evidence was very very clear. This is it's one anonymous person from decades ago when they were both in high school as teenagers. I mean, it's it's very very very tenuous at this point. Yeah. I mean, you really need to have, you know, journalists should have a certain standard before there. You're just going to sort of throw something out there. You know, just any kind of accusation or any kind of you know, rumor about somebody. There. They should be getting, you know, waiting for more evidence before they sort of rush to jump into this. And I will say, you know, this morning, Joe Scarborough on MSNBC, who's certainly criticized the whole the the cavenaugh nomination right said, you know, what Democrats really are hurting themselves by by doing this kind of last minute tactic trying to tear tear down Kavanagh's character. He you know, he said this is really going to backfire on them. This is this is not a good look for them. So, you know, there are at least some some out there who are who are cautious and skeptical of this as much as I might. Normally, Pat, Joe Scarborough on the back win a few days ago. He said this presidency is worse than nine eleven any credibility. He had left in his hair was gone for me at point. I can't take Joe Scarborough seriously. But I appreciate that somebody on that side. At least is is showing a little bit of common sense on this one. It's it's Kyle Drennan senior news analyst for MRC. We appreciate the time to your point journalism in this day and age, and I was a journalist for a very long time. But I'm not now Makamba later on the radio. Television. But I know the job journalists in this day and age don't have that sort of ethical pull that I had in my stomach when I was doing the job. I could not report something I couldn't verify that. I couldn't back up. I just couldn't ethically. Do that in this day and age the New York Times that was supposed to be the newspaper of record will print an op-ed an opinion piece by a person who refuses to be named thought opinion pieces were so you could be named when you do something like that could have been literally written by the by the editorial board at the New York Times. We have no idea who did it can you claim to be journalism anymore when when you do things like this feral thing today that actually started with Feinstein yesterday. And when the New York Times, we'll print something as an opinion piece without a name attached. Yeah. No. I mean, it's it's it's unbelievable. I mean, it's bad enough. When you have, you know, stories written nowadays that are just sort of riddled with an honest quotes, you know, all kinds of incendiary from anonymous people, I mean, that's bad enough when you have a series of quotes, but this is an entire article an entire op-ed just, you know, delivered to the paper. And no, you can't no byline. I mean, it's it's this is this is not normal. This is not how you how you normally conduct business. If you're if you're a legitimate journal. Let me interject this didn't legitimate. Journalists used to attack the Enquirer and the world news daily, or whatever the heck it was that newspaper that you would go and see the baby of Priscilla Presley, or whatever they used to attack these outlets because galax always said a source close to Presley said a source close to Kyle Drennan told us a family member who's attached to a third cousin said, and then the real journalists will look at that and say that's stupid uncorroborated story something somebody made up and they're giving us anonymous, you know, allegations suddenly today, the mainstream the alleged mainstream news media is doing the same thing. Kyle do they not have that thing pulling at their stomach that you, and I feel before we would ever even consider reporting something we couldn't back up. I think in the Trump era, they have just thrown standards out the window, and they just think, you know, we just want. We wanna take this guy down. We're just gonna believe every negative thing. We hear you know, if something is something's somebody's attacking Trump in a really vicious way. It's it's you know, it's kinda too good to check. We're just gonna run with it. Because it's what we want to be true. And that's that's really what's about the media has this narrative, they want to be true. And they're just going to seize on anything. You know, no matter how how unreliable just to confirm their narrative. It's Kyle Drennan seniors MRC, we always dot org. Yeah. Emerson dot org and also newsbusters dot org. Okay. Make sure you go there one last question. Do you think of the day and age of social media feeds into this? And here's why I ask Jim Acosta has gotten a lot wrong. And he tweets it out wrong. Like, you say what what did he say that the president went to the hospital, but did not visit Steve Scalise that of course, was dead wrong in only was dead wrong. It was stupid. And it was it was unethical so cost CNN put that out there. Just like they put out that Democrats prayed around second base. When in fact, it was Republicans Democrats that prayed around second base, they put out the fake story. I to the wrong story. I the inaccurate story first, and then re tweet or some sort of clarification correcting it never getting rid of the first one. And if you notice the hits the likes the re tweets, and the first one are about ten times the likes to see, you know, the the reaction to reach him, and the re tweets of the second one is that done purposefully in your mind are they doing this on purpose? Put it out there. Let a lot of people believe it that. Correct. It later. Yeah. I don't know if it's perfect purposeful. I think it's very sloppy. Again. I think it goes to they're looking for anything, you know, that that's sort of unflattering for Trump or Republicans, and they want to run with that they want that to be true. So they will they will blast it out there. And then oh, wait a minute. That wasn't true. Well, okay. Let's just do the very bare minimum. We'll send out a tweet or something. We'll put a little no notation article will make say have report a sentence on air saying, by the way that that wasn't true. And then we'll move on because they don't want to draw any attention to the fact that they were wrong, of course. And it's it's funny because they get so upset about the fake news label that Trump and other people put on them. But then they are they're in such a rush to negative stories that they they're sloppy. And they get things wrong constantly and they live news label. Right, right. I mean, if you don't wanna be called fake news, then be careful with your reporting. You will good job with it be responsible. You know prove. Wrong don't feed into your asking way too much. Responsible. Journalists come on. I appreciate talking to you. Great knowledge. Let's do this again, very soon. Right. Okay. Good. Kyle Drennan senior news analyst for good MARCY organ. Newsbusters dot org. Right. Yep. Yep. It perfect. We're back after this is.

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"He is a senior news analyst for Kyle. How are you? I'm doing. Well. Yeah. Really appreciate having you on today. There's this story that's dropped now in the course of about twelve or fifteen hours we had maybe even twenty four hours. Then we had Diane Feinstein, a Senator from California say that she had some letter or something that she wouldn't show even the Democrats on the on the panel that are listening to the the possibility of appointing this man to the supreme court Brett Kavanagh, she wouldn't share with anybody wouldn't say who the source is. But it's it's something that we have to take very seriously now, Ronan Farrow, a guy who really got some gravitas in some pats on the back for being the great journalist and standing up to NBC news when it came to a Harvey Weinstein, this guy suddenly puts out something in the New Yorker that he's seen a letter or somebody said anonymously to somebody else that there's something that somebody did. And maybe somebody. Long story short Kyle. This is horrible journalism. There's no story here unless there's some verification some ability to to ask questions to you is this journalism at all. Or is this just somebody trying to stop a last ditch effort to stop this nomination? Yeah. No. I mean, really what was unbelievable is. I mean last night you had NBC nightly news before we even had any sense of what the allegations were or who is making them or where it was coming from. They they sort of ran with the story. They did a report on nightly news saying it was it was basically like well someone maybe is accusing Brett Cavanaugh of something from years ago. And you know, here's the Dianne Feinstein. Here's a cryptic statement from Dianne Feinstein, and that was like that was the story. And it's like, well, that's that doesn't really sound. Like, you don't really have a story there. You just have a bunch of innuendo, and, you know, whispers in gossip exactly I mean, the Ronan Farrow piece, you know, at least sort of is saying, well, here's what the allegation is. There's a little more detail to it. But again, it's still it's an anonymous person who doesn't wanna come out publicly. So we really. The public can't really judge the credibility of the woman here who's making these accusations. And yeah, there really isn't any other evidence sort of backing it up or or, you know, anything corroborating it, you know, Cavanaugh has completely denied it. And so it's. And then of course, the real part of the real story here is the timing of all this. Yeah. Because the reporting shown that by an Feinstein knew about this in July and now it's coming out now. So any media coverage is still going to cover this at all one of the first things they need to be saying is the timing of this is very strange. It's very suspicious looking very political. So you know, that's that should immediately raise red flags to any any journalists who's going to do anything with the story. It's called Drennan. He's the senior news analyst for MRC are really glad to have the time. Yeah. This whole hearings best screwed up. Anyway, you've got Cory Booker claiming to be Spartacus, which I don't know if that's a good figure Spartacus didn't win in the end. But he claimed to be Spartacus and nobody really backed him. He claimed that he broke the rules and punish me. If you have two when he didn't really break the rules. Then of course, you had the collusion with the phone call before the hearing started where the Democrats all said. Yeah, let's interrupting. Yeah, let's have protesters. So the whole thing's been just a circus and a kabuki. Feeder anyway, now, you've got something that Dianne Feinstein allegedly had since July, which clearly is a lie if she had it since July. She would've brought it up last week in the hearings. And now, it's it's unsourced. It's anonymous you have to believe it because of the metoo era. If somebody says something it's always true. The matter what is from thirty five years ago. And today, I wonder what your thoughts are on this today a bunch of women that went to high school with him. How come out and said this no way this happened? We know this guy, we know how he treated people. We know he treated girls and women back in high school. It just didn't happen now. They're named they say, here's my name. Here's what I say. Here's what I believe will that dissuade people from believing the anonymous letter. You know, I think I think it certainly helps when you have spent many character witnesses saying, this is not the person, we know this is not you know, we have never seen this kind of behavior. I mean, part of one thing to think about is when it comes to this the metoo movement with a lot of these people, including a lot of media figures, Harvey Weinstein, Charlie rose, Matt Lauer. Now, let's move is Jeff Fager? There was a pattern. There was a clear pattern. There were multiple women. All the stories, you know, shared the same kind of detail, you know, everything corroborated everything else accusers were public. You knew who they were what their background was. There. The evidence was very very clear. This is it's one anonymous person from decades ago when they were both in high school as teenagers. I mean, it's it's very very very tenuous at this point. Yeah. I need you really need to have a journalist should have a certain standard before there. You're just going to sort of throw something out there. You know, just any kind of accusation or any kind of you know, rumor about somebody there. They should be getting waiting for more evidence before they sort of rush to jump into this. And I will say, you know, this morning, Joe Scarborough on MSNBC, who's certainly criticized the whole the cavenaugh nomination right said, you know, what Democrats really are hurting themselves by by doing this kind of last minute tactic trying to tear tear down Kavanagh's character. He said this is really going to backfire on them. This is this is not a good look for them. So, you know, there are at least some some out there who are who are cautious. As much as I might normally patch. Oh Scarborough on the back when a few days ago, he said this presidency is worse than nine eleven any credibility. He had left in his pooped up hair was gone for me that point. I can't take Joe Scarborough seriously. But I appreciate that somebody on that side, at least is showing a little bit of common sense on this one. It's cra-. It's called Brennan senior news analyst for MRC. We appreciate the time to your point journalism in this day and age, and I was journalist for a very long time. I'm not now Makamba tater on the radio and television. But I know the job journalists in this day and age don't have that sort of ethical pull that I had in my stomach when I was doing the job. I could not report something I couldn't verify that. I couldn't back up. I just couldn't ethically. Do that in this day and age the New York Times that was supposed to be the newspaper of record will print an op-ed an opinion piece by a person who refuses to be named thought opinion pieces were so you could be named when you do something like that that could have been literally written by the by the editorial board at the New York Times. We have no idea who did it can you claim to be journalism anymore when you do things like this Ronan Farrow thing today that actually started with Feinstein yesterday. And when the New York Times, we'll print something as an opinion piece without a name attached. Yeah. No. It's it's unbelievable. I mean, it's bad enough when you have stories written nowadays that are just sort of riddled with an anonymous quotes, you know, all kinds of incendiary from anonymous people, I mean, that's bad enough when you have a series of quotes, but this is an entire article an entire op-ed just, you know, delivered to the paper. And no, you can't no byline. I mean, it's it's this is this is not normal. This is not how you how you normally conduct business. If you're if you're legitimate journal. Let me interject this didn't legitimate. Journalists used to attack the Enquirer and the world news daily, or wherever the heck it was that newspaper that you would go and see the baby Priscilla Presley or whatever they used to attack these outlets because it's always said a source close to Presley said a source close to Kyle Brennan told us a family member who's attached through a third cousin said, and then the real journalists will look at that and say that's stupid. Uncorroborated story something somebody made up and they're giving us anonymous allegations suddenly today, the mainstream the alleged mainstream news media is doing the same thing. Kyle do they not have that thing pulling at their stomach that you, and I feel before we would ever even consider reporting something we couldn't back up. I think in the in the Trump era, they have just thrown standards out the window. And they just think, you know, we just wanna we wanna take this guy down. We're just gonna believe every negative thing. We hear you know, if something is something somebody's attacking Trump in a really vicious way. It's it's you know, it's of too good to check. We're just gonna run with it. Because it's what we want to be true. And that's that's really what's about the media has this narrative they wanted to be true. And they're just gonna seize on anything. You know, no matter how how unreliable just to confirm their narrative. It's Kyle Brennan. See you news analyst for MRC, which is it. Marcy dot org. Yeah. Dot org and also newsbusters dot org. Hey, make sure you go there one last question. Do you think of the day and age of social media feeds into this? And here's why I ask Jim Acosta has gotten a lot wrong. And he tweets it out wrong. Like, you said what what did he say that the president went to the hospital, but did not visit Steve Scalise that of course, was dead wrong. It only was dead wrong. It was stupid. And it was it was unethical. So a pasta and CNN put that out there just like they put out that Democrats prayed around second base. When in fact, it was Republicans and Democrats that prayed around second base, they put out the fake story. I or the wrong story. I the inaccurate story first, and then re tweet or some sort of a clarification correcting it never getting rid of the first one. And if you notice the hates the likes the re tweets, and the first one are about ten times the likes to see, you know, the the reaction to reach him and the tweets of the second one is that done purposefully in your mind are they doing this on purpose? Put it out there. Let a lot of people believe incorrect it later. Yeah. I don't know if it's purpose purposeful. I think it's very sloppy. Again. I think it goes to they're looking for anything, you know, that that's sort of unflattering for Trump or or Republicans, and they want to run with that they want back to be true. So they will they will blast it out there. And then oh, wait a minute. That wasn't true. Well, okay. Let's just do the very bare minimum can do. We'll send out a tweet or something. We'll put a little no notation on the article will make say have report a sentence on air saying, oh, by the way that that wasn't true. And then little cooking move on because they don't want to draw any attention to the fact that they were wrong, of course. And it's it's funny because they get so upset about the fake news label that Trump and other people put on them. But then they are they're in such a rush to write native stories that they they're sloppy. And they get things wrong constantly out fake news label, right? I mean, if you don't wanna be called fake news than D careful reporting. Do a good job with it. Be responsible know prove people wrong don't feed into where you're asking way too much responsible. Journalists come on. I appreciate talking to you. Great knowledge. Let's do this again, very soon. Right. Okay. Sounds good. Kyle Drennan senior news analyst for MARCY. Marcy that Oregon newsbusters or right? Yep. That's it. Perfect. We're back after this on the Joe pags show. Stay right here..

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Is your violence better than my is how about his his his cancer natural yeah is it a natural phenomenon sure do sometimes as it just happened naturally sometimes do you do certain things that spur spur that natural phenomenon to happen sure so just it seems to me that when using the term natural you're are you using it in a way that is objectively good or just is because again i take you back to your others in term orientation is it then natural to have unlimited orientations that can change no biology if i have this regret would reject at the rizzani objective good of ridge of rejected that there's any objective good that's step one that's how i i couldn't have gotten here if i didn't make that rejection right so already rejected there's any objective good i instead i would argue that there's a basic good and that basic good is i'm basically good and you're basically good and human nature is basically good how do we know by the way i mean there's been journals of american medicine that have talked about this published journals and respected psychiatric and medical journals in the united states in the last decade that actually sexually engaging these children at a young age can actually create help create sexual awakening for them they may have an experienced pleasure is that that that those have been legitimate journals that have been published as a matter of fact well i go back to what you just said if none of this is objectively true why is it such a clear and present objective though that i have to agree with you or lose my business on this front because you're denying me my basic happiness why can't we just go our separate that's the same argument racist made may were that's why when they didn't want to sell houses to black people they were that's the same argument they made so it's just bake the cake pig it's well this is moral subjective ism i get my way because it's what i want and if you don't want what i want you don't get yours right that's the argument so if kids if kids are now that is dead is the minus divine accountability i promise you that is the argument you will always get to this point every time so pedophilia is natural and kids are also thomas agents enough to the point that you think they should decide whether they're boys our girls even when they're in kindergarten what state akin we they can't decide whether to be born on their own or not yes what standing do you have as a parent if if you're if you're second graders teachers starts hitting on them and buying them gifts and asking them to go hang out with them what what standing do you have i don't know i may have to confront that reality when i come up on it i don't know.

"legitimate journal" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"R n dot fm with you in the studio tonight you've got in and johnson melanie and of course you can bring up anything that's on your mind we've been talking about a disturbing story johnson where there's some evidence that has been uncovered showing that the scientific journals supposedly are not so scientific many of them like thousands of them apparently claiming to be peer reviewed point of fact not actually peer reviewed and this was tested by the by a scientists day journalist who's also study science who submitted a blatantly false obviously you know messed up study to one of these two multiple journals hundreds of them i guess and was shocked with how many of them actually published so just to recap real quick here miss berryman says to that some websites copy wording and graphics used by legitimate journals other sets go for further assuming a name that is confusingly similar to that of a reputable journal and according to ivan rant ski co founder retraction watch blog that monitor such matters questionable journalists now also occasionally retract articles in a bid to appear responsible in what can only be described as a superb piece of subterfuge now this is again this is something in a furious me because essentially what i'm seeing here is science which i think is the scientific method is one of the basically only real good ways of figuring out the truth is being torn down by what else then government the incentive structure put in place by the government education what else what else government could add then propaganda misinformation destroying the truth you know shredding reality in order to line the pockets of politicians well here's how this works this you know journalists scientific journal thing none of it would matter if institutions hiring academics we're appropriately vigilant about checking candidates publication histories against blacklists and similarly inquisitive about the publications of those already employed but some apparently are not just taking them at their word oh i've got all these published studies great you're hired according to brian knows ac head of the center for open science a not for profit organization in virginia that studies the matter many institutions hire and promote researchers seemed unconcerned about whether those researchers about where those researchers have been publishing a problem made worse by recent requirements by the american and canadian governments that taxpayer funded research must be published in open access journals unsurprisingly this is an area in which data are hard to come by but one academic has been prepared to stick his neck out and investigate his own institution last year derek pine and economist at thompson rivers university's business school in british columbia published a paper in the journal of scholarly publishing itself published by the university of toronto press in it he reported that many of the business schools administrators and most of its economics and business faculty with research responsibilities had published in journals on mr bills blacklist dr also claimed that these papers seemed to further their authors careers of the professors other than science of the professors who had published in the blacklisted journals fifty six percent had subsequently one at least one research award from the school all ten instructors promoted to full professor during the study period published in the.

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The truth of this was shown as far back as twenty thirteen in an experiment conducted by john bohannon a journalist with a doctorate in molecular biology dr bohannon set up a sting operation by reading versions of a paper falsely claiming that a molecule found in lichens inhibits cancer the papers featured he says laughably bad methodology and a shocking conclusion that the molecule is a promising new drug despite an absence of clinical trials which would mean that if someone were actually peer reviewing they would have caught all of these very easily because it was just latently obvious he attributed the papers to two fictional biologists made up african medical institutes ten then submitted them to open access journals of one hundred and twentyone chosen from a blacklist sixty nine percent offered to publish the paper for a fee even when he turned to journals on a wait list of supposedly trustworthy open access journals thirty eight percent of the one hundred sixty seven he approached fell into the trap interesting dr bohannon experiment did lack a true control submission to journals that still charge subscriptions nevertheless his findings were worrying and since then he says things have only gotten darker one aspect of that darkness is that compiling a blacklist has itself become risky mr beale stopped adding to his list last year and left his job at the university of colorado in march he claims to have been subjected to pressure from a superior to go to a research misconduct investigation by the university and to threats of lawsuits by publishers the university for its part says that no pressure was put on him to take down the list as far as it is aware that decision that decision was his his job was never in jeopardy because of his work researching open access journals it cannot however disclose whether or not there was a research misconduct investigation disclosure happens only after a finding has been made in such an investigation mr bills list has been taken up by another researcher who has since appended six hundred and ninety new journals to it this new custodian refuses to be named meanwhile at cabals ms berryman reckitt reckons the publishers of bogus journals are getting even cannier she has seen cases of journals she regards as suspect claiming to be on white lists fabricating citation scores for papers stating plausible timeframes for peer review claims of rapid review or often associated with questionable journals and brazenly listing has sitting on their editorial board scholars who are not in fact doing so well i mean this is an insane level of fraud here that you're talking massive miss berryman says to that some websites copying copy wording and graphics used by legitimate journals other sites go further assuming a name that is confusingly similar to that of a reputable journal and according to ivan renske cofounder of retraction watch a glove at monitor such matters questionable journals now also occasionally retract articles in a bid to appear responsible what is the benefit of committing this fraud so your paid they're paying to put their no the authors are paying to keep their jobs yet the officers are paying the authors published in these journals south these journal seem reputable now you're going to be one often is to want to be published in those journals so they're going to submit to them and pay to get in them right but if you're submitting a questionable study in the first place it doesn't matter you work for the state go to the state and you say you said i had to publish comes down to the this is the state oh well journals are not the people who are the grants are the state oh berkeley professors have a set number of studies they have to publish per year per semester get graded on value of the study or end up to the study or anything like that just whether it's published number of publications you have touch on a little which means that they didn't get a grant from taxpayer money grant they just keep their job wow all right so we're going to continue here in moments and this is the educational government monopoly that is truly what's this before all right eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom you can join us here on free talk live bring applets on your minds from the six letter of captain mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions unfortunately.

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"However many of them are actually based out of india or other developing nations or newly industrialized nations that being said what's very interesting as many of the articles being published from them are actually coming from uppermiddle income or higherincome countries now is not because people in upper and hiring come countries won't to just publish something all all they being deceived by this machine and they think they are receiving proper scientific treatment but then not for shykent directly answer that i can only speculate what the motivations are for people who are submitting think there are some people being deceived that's really goes under the why did your has called predatory they're looking for pray and their prey or unfortunate scientists who are unaware of where they are actually sending their particular work i think there's another group of folks who may be are trying to pad their cds the way people are advanced through academic circles is through the quantity of papers that you publish if you have many papers published that looks very good on a tv as you're applying for promotion those people aside while the people that think they are sending their signs to someone legitimate are they being and how are they being deceived predatory journal's actually have names that are very similar to legitimate journals so for instance the flagship journal of the american heart association is circulation there is a number predatory journal's with very similar titles so for researchers who aren't very familiar with the fielding might actually be thinking they are actually submitting to circulation when they are not that power from taking a few donors here and there off of people who are jeep why is this a problem in what way could this do com so there is some work that is definitely a been legitimately done we think that's been publishing news journal's but i also think there is another category of people who are publishing really what's fake science.

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The goal i do appreciate it rush thanks a lot okay thank you you let's go to robert from hud bark robert hey robert good afternoon on our now i wanted to ask you about the nafo going up for smoke i think it is i think it's a tragedy i think it is i think you know i mean this the these it's not just dna info it's say it's the gotha missed it's the chicago est it's a as several other highly hyper local news sites and with a lot jobs are losing a lot of jobs and why because the greedy ricketts guy who owns it who started it he doesn't want he did more union wages and he didn't want union conditions and when new york agreed to unionize when they voted to unionized he pull the plug he said it's not sustainable let's that's garbage i got of getting more than clue because those or author and then they were right on getting old given quoted right major lou papers right they i as as i said there hyper and local let's what they were in chicago as god them instead cetera quota control what will uh do offcourt oh what what laws will corn out nobody wanted more conservative or um who control the calm the crowd monet close scoops or alatas rather nor will maybe he miscalculated when fund funded it maybe he thought that he broke it maybe he thought that they would they would be more conservative and he could control it and when he found out that they warned his conservative when he found out that they were practicing a legitimate journal eliza maybe just decided to pull the plug i don't know but the but it is being attributed ours about because of course you know what rules are going to be new loans were quick uh cuomo democratic wave or vice versa uh you know who are too far out so clearly does owners glue in the past the editorial role but luke are some karavai isn't it edness joe ricketts hidden didn't hear an ultraconservative guy has knee supported conservative causes i mean i so you're also euro press yeah yeah whale but the but my guess is and from a union standpoint i think that that he didn't want to deal with unions and that's that's a.

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"legitimate journal" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"legitimate journal" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"You can is i mean i don't know what how you define predatory technically i dunno legally like if if the journal has if the dave tick the boxes of what they need to technically be considered a review process maybe they're not technically predatory but i mean you can see they had gave your paper no real review they did so i would just from that evidence alone it's not a legitimate journal and a as as just to add one more point to it as fill a taurus points out coaching isn't even about gender studies and not a single senior editor of the journal has an academic background in the field of gender studies so i'm gonna gummy properly preface the response to that with a question because i want to know what it would take for me to say to convince you of my point of view from from where you are now and my point of view is that i don't know in unwilling to claim that the journal is a vanity journal or a predatory journal now saying that there are two things one will be the second will be a story the first is the story of how we got there again so the the first is if this journal is in fact predatory or vanity and it is hiding that fact successfully and other journal's within the same publishing group are deferring to it that's its own problem that we should be happy is being exposed if our hoax has done nothing more than bring enormous attention to the fact that this open access journal problem exists then or even the predatory journal of whether this one is one or not at this this both problems are now highlighted.

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