Using non-volunteer humans as experiment subjects is highly unethical, and I hope that it is illegal everywhere.
BTW, we are not eating chimps only because their food is not tasty.
From the start of this sting, I have conferred with a small group of scientists who care deeply about open access. Some say that the open-access model itself is not to blame for the poor quality control revealed by Science's investigation. If I had targeted traditional, subscription-based journals, Roos told me, "I strongly suspect you would get the same result."* But open access has multiplied that underclass of journals, and the number of papers they publish. "Everyone agrees that open-access is a good thing," Roos says. "The question is how to achieve it.
so he didn't miss it, maybe he is doing this right now, but isn't telling
I don't care how it looks, but it destroyed my workflow
I don't care how it looks, as long as it gets the job done
Yes, I love it
I don't use iOS you insensitive clod"