Khuilo’s first anniversary – Thoughts of russia’s war on Ukraine
One year of russia’s genocidal war: Things we learned, are slowly learning and haven’t understood yet.
Bottom of the barrel: BatDolphin-based sparse fuzzy algorithm
“BatDolphin-based sparse fuzzy algorithm, cat swarm optimization, honey bees optimization, moth amalgamated elephant herding optimization, fitness sorted moth search algorithm, improved tunicate swarm optimization, lion algorithm, deer hunting optimization, various rider optimization schemes, grey wolf optimization, cuckoo search, and finally a bat algorithm. Such a zoo of names immediately raises suspicion, and for a good reason.” – Maarten van Kampen
Schneider Shorts 17.03.2023 – Be prepared to face the consequences
Schneider Shorts 17.03.2023 – St Carlos of Cnidaria in PNAS, appropriate action on fraud in Grenoble, protests in Groningen, how Alzheimer’s, old age, obesity, COVID-19 and depression got solved, with Taras the Papermiller, publishing business setbacks, and finally, retractions galore!
Pound of Flesh, or Is Cancer Fraud Inevitable?
Ashani Weeraratna and Valerie Weaver, two women in STEM, harassed by trolls.
The microscopic talent of Prof Amenta
“Professor Amenta is truly a renaissance man and a knowledge powerhouse according to his colleagues and students. Amenta’s sole focus in life is the creation and dissemination of knowledge”
Schneider Shorts 10.03.2023 – An internet troll trying to waste other peoples time
Schneider Shorts 10.03.2023 – two science bigwigs caught with unaffected conclusions, return of superconductive fraud in Nature, other examples of who’s trustworthy and who isn’t, what Stanford president knew, some retractions, MDPI fighting papermills, a German journal can’t stop papermilling, and finally, who blew up Nord Stream pipelines?
Bottom of the barrel: Nanofluids & Chamkha
“Did you know that Chamkha is “Ranked in the World’s Top 0.02267% Scientist”? Or that he “Completed all degrees in a record time of five years”?” – Maarten van Kampen
In Memoriam: Professor Laurentiu “Telocyte” Popescu (1944-2015)
“The idea to call the newly discovered cells telocytes came to me during a break at the Vienna State Opera” – Don Lorenzo aka Preda
Schneider Shorts 3.03.2023 – Stand out more and signal dominance
Schneider Shorts 3.03.2023 – Lab leak theory of COVID-19 escapes peer review, sadist professor in Germany (almost) exposed, various takes on the usefulness of academic friendship, with a stem cell breakthrough, Lancet and COPE bashed, and finally, why single men smell so nice.
I, Rajender Varma, Highly Cited Researcher
“I could not comprehend the situation where a university picks up on individuals with an extraordinary and sterling performance and basically destroy one of the top European institutions. ” – Raj Varma
Schneider Shorts 24.02.2023 – Peer-reviewed Ruscism
Schneider Shorts 24.02.2023 – Macchiarini trial reopens in Sweden, Stanford’s president’s dark past, UCLA dentists continue terrorizing whistleblower, with an open letter to CNRS, Quora revelations, journals dealing with papermill fraud, genius discoveries, and finally, a China-owned T&F journal spewing genocide propaganda.