Beware of The BLOG...it creeps, it leaps, it glides & slides all over the place.
Yep, follow the money. It's always follow the money.Have a fabulous day. ☺
If only he had $500 to just throw away. It would be fun to see where the article might actually show up.
Cube - I can see why a scientist like you would be disgusted by this sort of thing. I mean - seriously - it's a little bit ridiculous that this goes on.
"He did it using www.randomtextgenerator.com? That's what writes my blogs!
I am so glad to read this...I had long suspected that many scams started like this.I love it when print media whines that bloggers have no ethics or editors.
Sandee: So true.
Granny Annie: I wish that too. If a paper written by a Random Text Generator can make it, so can my old college reports. At least mine made sense.
Sue Hanes: I wouldn't call myself a scientist. I'm just a person with a Biology degree and a life-long interest in science.You're right about me being disgusted by this perversion of science. As Sandee commented, follow the money, and it's appalling to think that people trained in science would act this way.*sigh*
Jan: I'm glad Dr. Shrime exposed this scam, but there are so many others out there. Once people believe a thing, it's very hard to disbelieve it without an underpinning in reason and critical thought.
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