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Monday, November 28, 2011

Fraud Abounds

From "Gerry"; not our Gerry, best I can tell:
I feel like I'm living in the Weimar Republic. Everything seems fraudulent.

When the euro finally goes, maybe a new cycle of the same-old will begin.

This is not a good feeling.
Ths was in response to a post at the Althouse blog about fraudulent science out of Tilburg University, in the Netherlands.  The subject of the inquiry was psychologist Diederik Stapel, Tilburg University’s former professor of cognitive social psychology and dean of its School of Social and Behavioral Sciences.  Per Inside Higher Education he "was regarded as one of Europe’s top researchers in the field."

Fraud in science.  Who could imagine?

Regards  —  Cliff

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