Pierre Gosselin: The Real Motivation Behind PRP Journal Shutdown Exposed: It Challenged IPCC Science!

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Pierre Gosselin over at the excellent Germany based ‘No Tricks Zone’ has a hot story on the sudden shutdown of journal ‘Pattern Recognition in Physics’ by Martin Rasmussen of Copernicus (The innovative science un-publishers). He’s found a screen capture of the PRP website frontpage before the spurious excuses for the closure were added to create a figleaf for this profoundly anti-scientific and illiberal action :

The Real Motivation Behind PRP Journal Shutdown Exposed: It Challenged IPCC Science!
wpid-PRP-Censured.jpgBy P Gosselin on 14. Februar 2014

The original motivation behind Copernicus Publishing director Martin Rasmussen’s decision to shut down the new journal Pattern Recognition Physics had nothing to do with the alleged “nepotistic” behavior among editors and peer-reviewers, but appears to have had all to do with politically incorrect questioning of IPCC orthodoxy. You can see how Rasmussen’s accusations appeared on PRP on the morning of January 17, 2014 at Bigcitylib.blogspot.com.

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One thought on “Pierre Gosselin: The Real Motivation Behind PRP Journal Shutdown Exposed: It Challenged IPCC Science!

  1. Today I am pleased to report that sixty-eight years (2014 – 1946 = 68 yrs) of magical, pseudo-scientific models are crumbling in the face of reality.

    That game is over. World leaders and their armies of pseudo-scientists have encountered a Higher Power.

    http://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2014/02/14/noaa-has-entered-a-data-free-cheating-phase/#comment-318163

    It is now time to rejoice,
    -Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo

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