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It seems that more and more internet sited and organizations are popping up which will publish "science" studies for a fee, rather than by virtue of peer review.
I suppose this was inevitable as the proliferation of anti-information clogs the Internet, but it's something which real researchers are going to have to become much more aware of. We've seen this already here on A2K with regard to some Cosmology Journals with questionable motives and highly questionable science. And I'm certain the Creationist organizations will be quick to create their own "Science Journal" sites with a selected and biased board of reviewers who will approve whatever they want approved. It's only a matter of time.
Many scientists probably have doubts about what they wrote in books and journals, but they are not about to admit it, not when they could lose their credibility and income source.
More can be found in the article here: http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2013/10/03/228859954/some-online-journals-will-publish-fake-science-for-a-fee
Peer review has always been the measure by which scientific claims were evaluated, but as more pay-for-review sites pop up with their own approved group of "peers" which will review any article in a favorable light for a fee, it will be come harder and harder to differentiate the real journals form the fake ones. And I think at some point everyone is going to start asking just what constitutes a valid "peer review". Will academic status be the measure of scientific standing, or will success in science itself be the standard, or will it be something else?
Im so glad that there are some sane guys and gals still around.