Monthly Archives: June 2018

Human circular DNA is commonplace

As of late, I have been somewhat lax in my perusal of the literature.  I guess my retirement is finally getting the best of me. Anyway, I did a little fishing online today and came up with a fine catch. … Continue reading

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Anatomy of the Peer Review System

The average scientist belongs to a whipped dog breed.  All one needs to do is read just one of their peer reviewed papers to confirm it.  They start out well enough with an abstract or synopsis of the paper, giving … Continue reading

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