Peer review is dead.
- At one hand, many people published specifically crafted to check if gibberish will pass peer review gibberish, including even computer-generated grammatically correct but meaningless texts. Reputable journals do publish such texts (TBD: link).
- At the other hand, I finally killed peer review by writing a 400 pages research article and putting it open access at my site, then stupidly publishing it in a Russian-only-language site, making the entire science stuck. (I discovered several axiomatic theories not less fundamental than group theory. Apparently, a reasonable value of group theory is about $50 trillon. So, I hold about $150 trillions in formulas – your main shareholer.) I killed you by my poverty: I was unable to pay for publication on my own (and unable to buy a diploma in a reputable university to be able to receive a grant).
I am going to restore dead peer review using my blockchain and app to replace academia, but now when you are dead, I ignore peer review completely and publish on my own! Now it is possible: I created a super-site and can spread information myself by linking to it.
So, I create my own scientific journal. It is modeled after a Russian electronic journal where peer review is done post-publication. I do the same with a few differences:
- You don’t need to know Russian.
- You don’t need a degree (the word degree means the right to receive salary that is sold by money) to review, you are just asked to point any your relevant qualifications (including your rights to receive salary) when reviewing others. If you don’t point your qualification with links to supporting documents, your review is likely to be ignored.
- You are not limited to a subset of HTML, but can publish any files.
- I don’t require you to follow “scientific” rules of article format. But remember if it is anti-scientific, it may not pass review.
- (Probably) I will make possible for you to put your ads to your articles (even in PDF format, I do have this technology) and receive money.
Link to journal – TBD.
- Software to replace both LaTeX and HTML (not yet very feature-rich).