Yoda: Peer Review Stifles Innovation

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Multi-part problem.

Does the peer review process stifle scientific innovation?

A new study suggests the current model may succeed in keeping out the scientific riff-raff, but its maintenance of the status quo comes with a drawback, the study’s authors argue — the regular rejection of cutting-edge work.

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Phi Beta Iota: Academics have never learned how to do multi-disciplinary multi-cultural studies — nor have government intelligence agencies or commercial intelligence and investigative organizations. Beyond this one has the subversion of government, the use of the patent system to repress knowledge, and outright murder (especially in the energy arena). At lower levels of disorder one has the fragmentation of the information industry, still mired in narrow, proprietary and often shamelessly over-hyped collection and analysis offerings.

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Open Source Everything @ Phi Beta Iota

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