Posted in Nanotechnology, Post publication peer review, Research integrity, Science process, Science publishing, Scientific progress, tagged Gish Gallop, Nanoparticle, Nanoparticles, research, Research integrity, science on February 6, 2014|
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A rather one sided debate on stripy nanoparticles is taking place over on PubPeer and on Raphaël’s blog
An individual (“unregistered”) is engaging a good old Gish Gallop, having a hard squint in the dark and seeing patterns. It happens.
I have suggested that “unregistered” should turn their efforts to something more mundane, which is to explain the re-use of data across a number of paper from the Stellacci group.
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