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Comment on Appeals by Abhishek Rai

Dear Sir, Please check out the following from a single publisher: Predatory List 1. http://theglobaljournals.com/paripex/ 2. http://theglobaljournals.com/ijsr 3.http://www.theglobaljournals.com/ijar 4....

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Comment on Appeals by Jeffrey Beall

That publisher, “The Global Journals,” is on my list of questionable publishers. I recommend against submitting papers to its journals. This publisher is particularly dangerous because it claims its...

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Comment on Is the Editor of the Springer Journal Scientometrics indifferent...

As Nils (and Carla) noted above, the paper clearly contains plagiarism. It includes verbatim sections from a paper by Dahlin...

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Comment on Is the Editor of the Springer Journal Scientometrics indifferent...

I appreciate the information provided by this site and have used it to make publishing decisions. However, this post has the feel of gotcha journalism.

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Comment on Have I Discovered the Source of the Hijacked Journals? by mohhamad

This journal is not hijacked, and I checked its base and it is true.

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Comment on Misleading Metrics by Thiyagu Nagaraj

Professor Jeffrey Beall, We respect you but you never understand this. We are not interested in earning money professor. You are please join with us. we will good one to the world and also we are...

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Comment on Misleading Metrics by Liam Mac Liam

The link to the quality factor report on the DJQF site doesn’t seem to be working:http://www.qualityfactor.org/report.html

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by tauseef ahmad

sir , i had already submitted the paper , but i was not knowing the fact, Don’t we have any laws so that these can be banned, for cheating scholars, academicians and researchers. what you suggest me...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

The laws vary by country, but in most cases there are no laws against predatory publishing.

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Comment on Misleading Metrics by Thiyagu Nagaraj

Professor Liam Mac Liam, Please understand that we have started DJQF on 2014 and our calculating metric will be published on June’2014 and will include in that page...

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Comment on LIST OF PUBLISHERS by More Than 50 Shades of Gray | The Wildlife...

[…] 304 journals were not just randomly drawn: Bohannon got them from two sources. One was Beall’s List, published by Jeffrey Beall, a library scientist at the University of Colorado-Denver. Today it […]

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Comment on Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers (2nd...

[…] Today it lists 477 of what Beall calls “questionable” open-access publishers, and includes criteria for determining “predatory” publishers. Bohannon’s other source was the comprehensive […]

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Comment on New Madras-Based Publisher is a Laugh a Minute by Leslie

Just by point of fact, Dr. James Watson is still alive. A friend of mine recently met him and his wife at a birthday party in New York City.

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Comment on Other pages by LAOcampo

Dear Sir, I would just like to take some of your time to have a look on the publisher Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science (http://www.iaesjournal.com/). This publisher has a lot of journals...

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Comment on Other pages by Jeffrey Beall

This publisher does not meet the criteria for being a predatory publisher, in my opinion.

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Comment on Researchers Find “Naming Of Allah” Prevents Certain Histological...

Holy chicken!

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Comment on Researchers Find “Naming Of Allah” Prevents Certain Histological...

hahahahahaha…is this science or a comedy? Can we know the mechanism of action of the name? Soon another article will also say naming of Budha prevents certain histological changes, etc. Histological...

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Comment on Researchers Find “Naming Of Allah” Prevents Certain Histological...

Is there a dose dependency? Does the extent of changes depend on the number of times the name of Allah was mentioned? What kind of negative and positive controls were used? Is naming Iblis or Shayṭan...

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Comment on Researchers Find “Naming Of Allah” Prevents Certain Histological...

The most amazing part of the whole paper is its statistics section … that is … there is none whatsoever. You just have to trust the researchers. An amazing example of non existing peer review.

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Comment on Researchers Find “Naming Of Allah” Prevents Certain Histological...

To answer your questions 1.) Repeating the experiments and come to a different outcome … if you are not muslim, then here you have the reason why it did not work, as God knows you and does not respond...

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