On NASA’s recent sea level claim: “Science Isn’t Broken” (Except when it is)

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Watts Up With That?

Guest post by David Middleton

From Five Thirty Eight Science…

If you follow the headlines, your confidence in science may have taken a hit lately.

Peer review? More like self-review. An investigation in November uncovered a scam in which researchers were rubber-stamping their own work, circumventing peer review at five high-profile publishers.

Scientific journals? Not exactly a badge of legitimacy, given that the International Journal of Advanced Computer Technology recently accepted for publication a paper titled “Get Me Off Your (Fracking) Mailing List,” whose text was nothing more than those seven words, repeated over and over for 10 pages. Two other journals allowed an engineer posing as Maggie Simpson and Edna Krabappel to publish a…

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One thought on “On NASA’s recent sea level claim: “Science Isn’t Broken” (Except when it is)

  1. craigm350,

    When modern science is viewed in its current social context, it appears that
    lock-step, consensus science and totalitarian, politically-correct social values are independently confirming Stalin’s unreported victories at Konan, Korea in Aug-Sept 1945.

    https://tinyurl.com/o8tmzcx

    https://brittius.wordpress.com/2015/08/16/dr-o-manuel-ph-d-stalins-science/

    http://jonathanturley.org/2015/08/28/university-of-tennessee-considers-adopting-gender-neutral-pronouns-like-ze-hir-and-xyr-to-avoid-discrimination/

    http://tomfernandez28.com/2015/08/28/us-pressured-norway-to-arrest-extradite-snowden-seize-all-devices-documents/

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