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  • Sounds familiar? "Certainly, here is a possible introduction for your topic..." Sounds familiar? "Certainly, here is a possible introduction for your topic..." +1


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    • It took me a while to figure out what you are talking about. LOL.
      • It's sad none of the journal or peer reviewers spot it until it went public.
        • They are just not competent.
          • I have encountered many instances where scholars and researchers seek peer review opportunities online. +1
            As part of the efforts, people try to gain credentials for various purposes, including green card applications. It can be challenging to maintain ethical and transparent reviews under such circumstances.
            • Does an honest review earns credibility for the reviewers? I don't know how that "industry" works.
              • Yes, a peer reviewer is considered an expert in their field. An EB1 class applicant often show off number of papers published and reviewed, to boost their application. +1
    • Since the outbreak of COVID-19, we've witnessed too much unscientific and unethic things committed by those "scientists" and "doctors". +1
      • Yes, and we shall applaud for people with gust to challenge all the wrongdoings. +1