WTF did you do Nature? How did this guy's old (and poorly-supported) research get through your review process? And why, after letting it through, are you publishing an online news article pointing out that it shouldn't have been published in such a high impact journal if at all?
Edit: No multiple pages of results in G+ communities? I search "science" or "news" and get exactly one page of results each time. I search "citizen science" and count at least four communities for the same purpose. If there was any way to ACTUALLY search, it might not fail. I have little faith.
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