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“The goal, clearly, is to take the luster off the phrase "peer-reviewed" -- to undermine claims like "There are no articles in peer-reviewed journals suggesting that Intelligent Design is a viable alternative to evolution.”
“Public exposure of a handful of snarky emails exchanged by British climatologists proved for time eternal that all of the so-called "peer-reviewed findings" and "scientific consensus" that the Earth is warming as a result of human activity were a cruel hoax.”
“A Climate of Doubt about Global Warming, Env.Sci. 7, 213 (2000), is not a peer-reviewed article.”
“He publishes papers in peer-reviewed literature, writes opinion pieces in newspapers, and his take on climate change is well known thanks to the mainstream press.”
“I bet if chunkdz, Bradford, et al. looked through the alarmists 'peer-reviewed papers, there'd be similar findings.”
“BIO-Complexity is a peer-reviewed scientific journal with a unique goal.”
“This fraudulent claim was not based on scientific research or peer-reviewed.”
“AfricaGate – The IPCC claim that rising temperatures could cut in half agricultural yields in African countries turns out to have come from a 2003 paper published by a Canadian environmental think tank – not a peer-reviewed scientific journal.”
“The IPCC cited not peer-reviewed literature, but advocacy articles by Greenpeace, the publicity-hungry advocacy group, as its sole source for this claim.”
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