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More on Rancourt vs. the Harritt, et. al. nanothermite paper

Postby metamars » Sun Dec 19, 2010 9:14 am

Editor in Chief resigned over the Harrit et al. nanothermite paper


I wrote an expert critical peer review of the Harrit paper HERE.

Harrit was immediately informed and has not yet provided any substantive response.

There are a lot of very bad peer reviewed articles out there but it is so unusual for an editor of a peer review scientific journal to allow tenuous and extreme claims and elaborate suggestions that do not follow from the data that I decide next to contact the Editor in Chief of the journal.
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