I discover on the web many of those bad science hunters whose ultimate goal is to spread the knowledge of scientist’s misconducts, false statements and false results, methods or contents.
In their blogs they point the responsibilities of bad authors.
Retraction watch unmasks the articles retracted for a wide range of reasons.
Embargo watch describe the cases where authors had already published their data without telling it to the editor.
Abnormal science blog is a German blog (in English) dedicated to bad behaviour in science.
Rédaction Médicale et Scientifique is a French blog describing the bad habits of the medical scientific writing.
The Gary Schwitzer’s blog reveals the marketing and advertising hidden behind the appearance of science and tackles the disease mongering.
I respect highly all those persons involved for the best interest of science in a daily battle against bad science. Their disinterested independence is a shield in a world of egoism, financial and political greed and protect us against those who misrepresent scientific facts for political or financial gain.
- Bad science (philippehavinh.wordpress.com)
- Correcting Bad Science (andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com)
- Morality and Science (timzimmermann.com)
- Cafe Scientifique Brings Science to the Pub (shareable.net)