Schneider Shorts 2.09.2022 – a papermill hero from Magdeburg arrives to save science, a blonde WomenInSTEM hero sues SUNY for discrimination, a dead OA hero resurrected as Frontiers editor, with retractions post-mortem and pre-sacking, amazing science on Alzheimer’s, tea drinking, TCM and smelly foreigners, and with unknown unknowns of your conflicts of interests.
Schneider Shorts 3.06.2022 – various peer-reviewed covidiocies, the real cause of depression and how to treat it, science proving that political views and psychopathy are eugenically encoded, with job openings at Weill Cornell, coffee and bananas, and the horrible danger German professors and doctors try to save the children from.
Schneider Shorts 29.042022 – a sexual harasser and his billionaire friends, criminal investigation in Marseille, fake quantum computing in The Netherlands, pandemic corruption in China, apples and bananas, corrections and retractions in need of corrections, and why we mustn’t ask about Global Virology Project.
Schneider Shorts 19.11.2021 – Alina Chan’s book is out, Irish Moss as COVID-19 crusher, long covid all in your head, Cassava affair exposes idiocy of stock market capitalism, featuring a short-fused bully editor and his antivax successor, Wiley defending upmarket research fraud, Cheshire taking on the Indian Ministry of Defence, with Frontiers in insectofascism, mental deficiencies of vegans, radioactive showers, and my best wishes to Spiderman in his alternative career as fantasy writer.
Who brought us COVID-19? The Neanderthals. The susceptibility to the SARS-CoV2 coronavirus, but also to diabetes, obesity, allergies, skin diseases, smoking and autism all happened because your great-[…]-great-grandfather could not keep his todger in his trousers many thousands of years ago.