Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Adrift just off the Islets of Langerhans: Latitude 38° 54' N, Longitude 77° 00' 13" W -- Plz send beer and Raquel Welch

This is the best way EVAH to finish a scientific preprint:
We are designing a circuit for communication with DNA and we hypothesize that cancer can be cured via this method.


The author of "A Mathematical Model for DNA" rests his hope of chromosomal colloquy on an analogy between DNA molecules and electrical circuitry, with base pairs variously filling the roles of capacitors, resistors and diodes, while the telomere ribose chains are the ULF aerials. Although the bases are also one-dimensional point-like hexagonal manifolds arrayed along a one-dimensional manifold. Meanwhile delta functions and integral signs are force-marched across the page like a diaspora of stooped weeping refugees.
This is of interest to the Riddled Research Laboratory and Musuem of Hay-baling Technology, for it comes perilously close to rediscovering the proprietory methods which power the Riddled Evolvamat.

Contra Sepehri, we do not recommend entering into radio communication with one's DNA. It is OK for the 4th Doctor to enter his own brain as a miniaturised clone and talk to his own genes, for he knows what he's doing, and he had a barbarian warrior babe for company. You cannot imagine the unrelieved dullness of the intracellular conversation. It is all vapid gossip about which chromosomes were first to line up between the mitotic poles at the last metaphase, and who made most replication errors during S-phase, and the high-point of the last episode of "Ow My Balls".
Below: Raquel Welch and fellow nano-nauts
ignore conversational gambits from chromosomes
Pioneers in this field of DNA dialog were Blank & Goodman [2011], who characterised DNA as an electrically-conductive broadband fractal antenna, much as John Cleese characterised named his parrot "Holy Roman Empire" because it was neither holy, nor Roman, nor an empire. While Montagnier et al. [2009] reported that their cargo-cult bricolage of bamboo sticks and old tin boxes* could detect a ULF radio signature from bacterial and viral DNA (with ~300 km wavelengths)... even detecting it from water diluted so that no bacteria or viruses remained, proving that water nano-assemblies had learned to imitate the pathogens, therefore homeopathy. This was too much like an episode of 'Fringe' even by the standards of the Mad Scientist Anti-Defamation League. Anyway, Sepehri cites both these seminal studies... he omits Aterini & Ruggiero's [2011] commentary on Blank & Goodman but we cannot condemn him harshly for that.

The crux or gist of "A Mathematical Model for DNA" -- the crist of it, even -- is that cancer occurs when a base acquires or loses an atom from its central molecular-model hexagon, so the now-heptagonal or pentagonal nature of its one-dimensional manifold alters the frequency of that chromosome's transmissions, thereby propagating the defect to the corresponding chromosome in neighbouring cells. I do not think that this is how cancer works and we can only conclude Sepehri's chromosomes have lied to him in the course of their conversations. However, it does provide an excuse to break out the Alchemical Wedding imagery (yay!)... for Sepehri concludes that if a male and female both suffer from cancer, they can prevent the progress of the disease by staying in close proximity -- because the EM signatures of their respective XY and XX sex-chromosome pairs will cancel out and rectify each other's errant frequencies (radiating as they do with opposite signs). I am not making this up.

FIG. 27: To remove extra signals of a damaged DNA in males, we can use of damaged DNA in females

Finally, if we put a damaged DNA molecule of a male or a female near a damaged DNA of a female or male, their radiated waves cancel the effect of each other and disease progression is stopped. This is because the types of packing of DNA are different in some chromosomes of men and women and consequently their signals have opposite signs and can cancel the effect of each other in a pair.
The descent of the Male and Female principles into the night-of-the-soul state of Nigredo or Putrefactio -- to be mutually healed and completed within hermaphroditic union -- is Serious Business and should not be tried at home. It requires a decent-sized alembic; also the Male and Female principles often struggle when they realise what is about to happen.

Also, why were we not previously appraised that Luc Montagnier had collaborated with Emilio Del Giudice on a paper of water-bending fritillary calenture hatstand?

A pair of watery reciprocating cranks
That was a true reciprocation of watery cranks. We remember Del Giudice as the inventor of Quantum Water -- the second phase of liquid water, involving room-temperature long-range coherence wibble plus the quantum-vacuum phase-angle going kattywampus. His methods were unsound absolute baldestdash [which is like balderdash, but in superlative form rather than comparative], but they did sustain a genre of aqueous magical-thinking journals.


Del Giudice never recovered his health and sanity after his attempts to reconstruct the Waterbox ("probably the most delicate and fragile instrument ever made by human hands") -- invented but poorly-documented by de Selby as a way of diluting water to a point where it could be handled safely. "There is more to water than meets the eye," wrote de Selby, by way of explaining why three heavy coal-hammers were destroyed during its construction.

Here Zerros demonstrates the proper way of communicating with the genetic memories of water.
[H/t Jef Arenzon]

* If you are in possession of such equipment please hand it into the nearest police station.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Dear suckers people attending 'Scientific Federation' scamferences

You should probably know that when you send your name, contact details and moneys to the clueless wazzcock running the scam, he leaves all that information out on the Interlattice.


The spreadsheet is full of duplications, blank lines and test entries from Reddy and his little helpers, leaving less than 300 actual suckers. Still, I can't be arsed writing a script that emails each of them individually.

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Still working through the backlog of irritating mockademic-journal spam

Rajesh Varma -- the egregious fuckknuckle who came up with the respect-inspiring title "PeerTechz" when he leapt aboard the parasitic-publishing band-wagon juggernaut -- is evidently making so little money from the scam that he cannot afford last names for his "Managing Editor" sockpuppets. Leaving them to languish in initial-letter anonymity.
Juggernaut Clown-car

From: Peertechz Journal of Bioinformatics and Biostatistics [mailto:editor.pjbb@ptjmail.com]
Sent: Friday, July 21, 2017 2:42 AM
Subject: Publish your valuable work with us: PJBB

Dear Dr.,

Hope this mail finds you in good spirits.
We are pleased to inform you that Peertechz Journal of Bioinformatics and Biostatistics is under the process of accepting articles from the experts like you for Upcoming Issue.
We will be grateful if you submit a paper for the upcoming issue, the submission due date for the article is 04th August 2017.
Kindly submit your manuscript to our editorial office mail.bioinformatics@peertechz.com    
We request you to let us know your possibility of submitting an article.
Best Regards,
Nirmal Y
Journal Managing Editor
Editorial Office: #202, NVS Central, Hi-tech City
R.R District, Hyderabad-500018, TS, India
Tel: +91 40 23833479
Email: mail(dot)bioinformatics(at)peertechz(dot)com;
biostatistics(dot)peertechz(at)gmail(dot)com

Please Note: If this journal is not related to your expertise, please notify us. If you do not want to hear from us please unsubscribe
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Expert in the field
By "Experts like me" as contributors, I guess he means "unqualified and uninterested outsiders". But at least he has stopped pretending that "this spam message n'est pas une spam message", as featured in previous endeavours.
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From: Journal of Novel Physiotherapy and Physical Rehabilitation [mailto:editor.jnppr@ptjonline.com]
Sent: Friday, July 07, 2017 10:02 PM
Subject: Your manuscript on Novel Physiotherapy is of immense value: JNPPR

Hello Dr.,

Hope this letter finds you in good spirits and in epic of your researching endeavours.

I am Vishwa A from Journals Handling Department of Journal of Novel Physiotherapy and Physical Rehabilitation (ISSN: 2455-5487).

The aim of the Journal is to publish scientific research knowledge and works of eminent scholars in order to assist further researches.
We request you to send your valuable works on or before 18th July, 2017 on the following mail-ID: mail.rehabilitation@peertechz.com or for online submission system, click Submit Paper.
If it is not possible to submit by the last date, then please let us know your tentative date of manuscript submission.
It will be a great pleasure to publish your works with us. We look forward to get a positive response from you.
Best Regards,
Vishwa A
Journal Managing Editor
Editorial Office: #202, NVS Central, Hi-tech City,
R.R District, Hyderabad-500018, TS, India
Tel: +91 40 23833479
Email: mail(dot)rehabilitation(at)peertechz(dot)com;
rehabilitation(dot)peertechz(at)gmail(dot)com 
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Does "Novel physiotherapy" mean "physiotherapy involving works of fiction", or "works of fiction about physiotherapy"? If the former, my copy of "Joseph and his Brothers" probably weighs enough to use in a cardiovascular exercise program. If the latter, I shall have to borrow Another Kiwi's dog-eared six-volume illustrated edition of "Adventures of Nina the Naughty Masseuse".
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From: Annals of Alzheimers and Dementia Care [mailto:editor.aadc@ptjmail.net]
Sent: Friday, June 02, 2017 10:19 PM
Subject: Join hands with prompt publishing services: AADC

Peertechz Publications Private Limited
Hello Dr.,
Annals of Alzheimer's and Dementia Care provides an optimized knowledge to scientific community and to promote qualitative research publications.
The journal is inviting you to submit your research works on Alzheimer's and related disciplines for the upcoming issue.
Interested in publishing your valuable works? Send it within 3 days on following mail-ID: mail.alzheimers@peertechz.com or for online submission system, click Submit Paper
Your manuscript will be published without publication fees if you send it within stipulated timeframe of 3 days. You will have to bear only nominal service charges at the time of final publication.
We look forward to publish your valuable works.
All the best for your ongoing research!
Best regards,
Hardev B
Journal Managing Editor
Editorial Office: #202, NVS Central, Hi-tech City
R.R District, Hyderabad-500018, TS, India
Tel: +91 40 23833479
Email: alzheimersdementia(dot)peertechz(at)gmail(dot)com

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From: Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology [mailto:editor.jcro@ptjmail.com]
Sent: Friday, February 24, 2017 1:11 AM
Subject: We value your hard work: JCRO

Reference No: GENT003
Dear Dr.,
Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology (ISSN: 2455-1414) wishes you success and prosperity throughout the Year 2017.
The journal takes an opportunity to gauge the goal of ethical publishing and invite you to send your articles for the upcoming issue.
Topics to be covered: Gastric Cancer; Stomach Diseases; Colorectal Cancer; Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease; Paediatric IBD; IBD Causes and Symptoms; IBD & Cancer; IBD & Pregnancy; IBD Treatment; Stomach Diseases; Primary Biliary Cirrhosis; Neuroendocrine tumor; Irritable Bowel Syndrome; Upper GI Complaints etc..
You are hereby requested not to reply on the sender E-Mail ID.
Please reply to this mail on following mail-ID: mail.ophthalmology@peertechz.com or Submit Paper (for paper submission)
Moreover, raise standards of scientific research worldwide, we have come up with membership programme. For further details, please visit:
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Your contribution towards the journal will certainly enhance its visibility and impact thereby increasing the value of online publishing.
Please specify the ‘Reference Number’ of the letter in future communications.
Best regards,
Saurabh R
Journal Managing Editor
Editorial Office
Tel: +91 40 23833479,
Email: mail.ophthalmology@peertechz.com ; ophthalmology1.peertechz@gmail.com
#202, NVS Central, Hi-tech City, R.R District, Hyderabad-500018, TS, India.
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Rajesh has a business style which relies on community shareware and begging for free advice in preference to reading the manual. Other plaudits for his obsequious incompetence come from PhytoBotanist, Nigel Armfield, and FlakyJ.

The illiterate cockwomble at "ScientificFederation" [i.e. Reddy Sekhar] is a different kettle of red herrings flock of Spambirds. He deals with the unaffordable price of surnames by composing his Assistant Scientific Editor sockpuppets from two first names.

From: SciFed Nursing & Healthcare Journal [mailto:editorial.sfnhj@scifed.com]
Sent: Friday, July 07, 2017 3:47 AM
Subject: Call for Papers-Nursing & Healthcare

Dear Dr.,
Greetings from SciFed.

SciFed Nursing & Healthcare Journal would like to invite you to publish your recent research on Nursing & Healthcare for the inaugural issue. SciFed Nursing & Healthcare Journal has been established with the help of honorable editorial team from all over the world. Our main aim is to disseminate the high quality articles to the scientific world with minimal price barriers and to climb up the ladder of impact factor.

It would be great if you could submit article so that we could process it for the Upcoming Inaugural Issue. SciFed Nursing & Healthcare Journal accepts articles in the form of Research Articles/Review Articles/Case Reports/Short Communications etc.
If your current research is suitable for SciFed Nursing & Healthcare Journal, kindly click here to submit your manuscript through online.
Kindly avail this opportunity to share your scientific excellences and be a part of our esteemed organization.

We will be glad to assist you, if you have any concerns

Have a nice and healthy day ahead.

Best Regards,
Alexander Isaac
Assistant Scientific Editor
E:editorial.sfnhj@scifed.com
T: +91-779-979-0002
You are subscribed to Scientific Federation as XXX. If you do not wish to receive any further communications, please click here.
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From: SciFed Journal of Neuroscience [mailto:editorial.sfjn@scifed.com]
Sent: Friday, July 07, 2017 3:32 AM
Subject: Call for Papers-Neuroscience

Dear Dr.,
Greetings from SciFed.

SciFed Journal of Neuroscience would like to invite you to publish your recent research on Neuroscience for the inaugural issue. SciFed Journal of Neuroscience has been established with the help of honorable editorial team from all over the world. Our main aim is to disseminate the high quality articles to the scientific world with minimal price barriers and to climb up the ladder of impact factor.

It would be great if you could submit article so that we could process it for the Upcoming Inaugural Issue. SciFed Journal of Neuroscience accepts articles in the form of Research Articles/Review Articles/Case Reports/Short Communications etc.
If your current research is suitable for SciFed Journal of Neuroscience, kindly click here to submit your manuscript through online.

Kindly avail this opportunity to share your scientific excellences and be a part of our esteemed organization.

We will be glad to assist you, if you have any concerns

Have a nice and healthy day ahead.

Best Regards,
Ivan Connor
Assistant Scientific Editor
E: 
editorial.sfjn@scifed.com
T: +91-779-979-0002

You are subscribed to Scientific Federation as XXX. If you do not wish to receive any further communications, please click here.
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Also Henry Nicholas, Jean Paul, Samantha Lauren, Emilia Michelle, et cetera. The predictable result has been to create a dispossessed underclass or Dumpenproletariat of SciFed Assistant-Scientific-Editor sockpuppets who have LinkedIn accounts but no actual names at all.

I was not previously aware of my expertise in the closely-associated fields of nursing and neuroscience, or even nurseroscience as it may be [h/t Fish].

Friday, July 21, 2017

It is increasingly difficult to come up with new ways of saying "sketchy OMICS-wannabee grifters operating out of an apartment in Hyderabad"

Dream work in Malaya
Dear Mystery Author:
You should probably be aware that when you submit your literature review on “Benefits of Dream Work for the Dying” to a predatory publisher like Herald Scholarly Open Access Journals -- which is to say, three sketchy OMICS-wannabee grifters operating out of an apartment in Hyderabad -- they send it out to grumpy but unqualified strangers like me, so we can point and laugh at it.

The Dream Work of Unknown Kadath
Dear Dr.,
Warm greetings from the Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine!

We would like to take an opportunity and introduce the Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine as one of the journals of Herald Scholarly Open Access. We are in the process of releasing an upcoming issue.

We would like to invite you to peer review a manuscript for the Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine. The manuscript entitled “Benefits of Dream Work for the Dying” with the reference number HACIM-17-019 abstract is given below; please let us know your opinion to review it. If you accept to review the manuscript, then we will send you the full length article.

Abstract:

This paper provides an examination of the effects of dream work on patients facing end of life. The literature reviewed is an exploration of the value of interaction with dreams though guided dream work techniques as well as using surveys and interviews. Quality of life, comfort, and psychological well-being associated with dream work will also be explored. Additionally, the author will review the research on how dreams and dream content help to mediate the existential crisis faced by those at end of life. The author's goal is to provide evidence to support the integration of dream work into the existing complementary and integrative practices for palliative care and to highlight the need for further research.

Please feel free to contact us for any queries.

Anticipating your reply

With Best Regards
Emma Lynch
Herald Scholarly Open Access
2561 Cornelia Rd
#205, Herndon, VA 20171
USA
Tel: +1-646-661-6626
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I have watched "Jacob's Ladder", "Carnival of Souls", "Reeker", "Dead End", "Stay" and mumblety-mumble other examples of that whole "Incident at Owl Creek" genre of death-dream horror movie, but that is probably not the kind of "dream work for patients facing end of life" that you have in mind.

The possibility did come to mind that if Mystery Author is not greatly concerned about associating with scammers and fraudsters if he or she is sending the manuscript to a journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine.
Herald [note Anglo-Saxon attitude]
The Herald barmpots are slightly more clear on the concept of "peer review" than when they scrounged for input from D.H. Kaye:
if you do not want to review this paper, kindly let us know your opinion on the same so that we can send you full length article
However, they failed to invite me to join the Prestigious Editorial Board:
As the one of eminent scientific personalities, we invite you to associate with us as an editor. We believe your association will help for the journal growth and development.
Insulted now.

It seems from the other domains staked out by Ashok Kumar that the Herald crew aspire to branch out from parasitical publishing to the more lucrative lurk of organising parasitical scamferences.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

It's almost the deadline
Don't miss the deadline, darling

One of the laziest way to fill a blog-post must be to whine about the annoying spam from predatory-publishing grifters that clogs up the mail-bag here at the Riddled Museum of Salted Pineapples. So here goes, with the shitweasels and skeezebags and latrine-sloths at 'Open Access Text'!

We last met this mockademic outlet when they were providing the antivax autism scammers at AutismOne with a stove-pipe, or a stomach tube rather, to disguise the quality of a tainted on-line survey and pretend to their followers that it was actually a study. Think "human centipede" but with a feeding tube. Then hilarity ensued when the OAfs unpublished Mawson's papers again until his sponsors coughed up more money.

OAText are Navaneeth Reddy and his partner Khalid Mohammad, based in Hyderabad, because where else would they be? Though they dropped the diagnostic "Greetings for the Day!" salutation from their spam and launder everything through Reddy's company "ResearchWallet", to present themselves as operating out of the UK, in the belief that a London address endows them with gravitas and credibility. We try to lock them out, adding their Sender addresses to the blocked-domain-name list, but the OAfs keep adding new domains to squirm past the spam filter.

They are persistently concerned that I might miss the deadline, and miss the wunnderful opportunity to give them moneys publish through their science-reportage outhouse.
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From: Kathy Allison [mailto:editor@ophthalmicjournal.org]
Sent: Friday, December 09, 2016 12:48 AM
Subject: [SPAM]Follow up e-mail by Editorial Office


Dear Colleague,
I didn’t hear back from you about the e-mail which was sent to you few weeks back; hence making a follow up.
I am writing this e-mail with reference to your article published in the field of Ophthalmology.
Our team highly appreciate your work. Based on the same, New Frontiers in Ophthalmology (NFO) team welcomes you to submit your new articles. We are sure your article would aid in escalating the standards of our journal.
I welcome you to submit the article to submissions@oatext.com
Please let me know your interest in publishing with NFO.
With appreciation,
Kathy Allison
Managing Editor
for Prof. James B. Aguayo-Martel
Editor in Chief
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From: New Front Ophthalmol [mailto:ophthalmology@oatextjournals.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 14, 2016 7:04 AM
Subject: Notification from Editorial Office: Please reply

Dear Colleague
Recently we have sent you an e-mail but didn’t receive any reply; hence making a follow up.
We are contacting you with the reference of your recently published article.  Our team has read your article with great interest and wish if you could publish your upcoming articles in our journal New Frontiers in Ophthalmology (NFO).
You can send us your submissions at submissions@oatext.com
Please take a few minutes to let us know your concerns regarding publication.
Awaiting your reply.
With appreciation,
Kathy Allison
Managing Editor
for Prof. James B. Aguayo-Martel
Editor in Chief
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From: James B Aguayo-Martel [mailto:editor@medicalopenaccess.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2017 3:37 AM
Subject: Upcoming Issue Submission Alerts: New Frontiers in Ophthalmology

Dear Colleague,
We are contacting certain eminent researchers who have recently published high quality article in the field of ophthalmology. Its our pleasure to recommend our journal New Frontiers in Ophthalmology (NFO) for your upcoming articles.
NFO follows fast peer-review process (7-10 days) and rapid publication of the articles.
Kindly submit your article to our editorial office by email to submissions@oatext.com
We appreciate your prompt response and attention regarding your interest in publishing with NFO.
Awaiting your reply.
With Appreciation,
Kathy Allison
Editorial Assistant
For
James B Aguayo-Martel
Editor-in-Chief
New Frontiers in Ophthalmology


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From: Kathy Allison [mailto:editor@oatextjournals.info]
Sent: Thursday, June 22, 2017 8:47 PM
Subject: Second e-mail: Discounted_Fee_Ophthalmology

Dear Colleague,
Recognizing your very busy schedule, I am sending you this follow up e-mail.
New Frontiers in Ophthalmology (NFO) is now accepting submissions for its upcoming issue. Knowing your expertise in the related field, it would be our pleasure to review your work for publication in NFO. We are sure your quality articles would raise the standards of our journal.
Upon special consideration, all the articles submitted before June 28th, 2017 will be subjected for the discount in the publication fee.
You can send us your articles to ophthalmology@oatextjournals.com
Regards
Kathy Allison
Editorial Assistant
For
New Frontiers in Ophthalmology
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From: Kathy Allison [mailto:editor@oatextjournal.net]
Sent: Thursday, July 13, 2017 6:20 PM
Subject: Follow up on previous e-mail: Kindly Reply

Dear Author,
We have contacted you few weeks back but didn’t receive any reply; hence making a follow up.
We are contacting few researchers whose published work is novel to the current literature of Ophthalmology. We appreciate your work and hence recommending our journal New Frontiers in Ophthalmology (NFO) for publication of your new articles by July 25th, 2017 or let us know your tentative date for submission.
We welcome you to submit the article to submissions@oatext.com
We look forward for your positive reply.
With appreciation,
Kathy Allison
Editorial Assistant
For
New Frontiers in Ophthalmology


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It might never have occurred to readers that "unsubscribing or modifying subscriptions" could be UNSAFE if it were not for these turdwaffles' reassurance that the unsubscription link is perfectly safe, no toxic HTML code there, promise! OAText were early-adopters of the addition of tracker code to their spam, to inform them when a recipient was foolish enough to read it and could be stalked with creepy targetted demands.

"Kathy Allison" is probably a $NAME parameter for a spam-script. but the Editor at least, James Aguayo-Martel, is a genuine facsimile of a human being. He is not an innocent victim of dirtball grifters appropriating his name for their shoddy little scam... he writes their Editorials, while his LinkedIn account boasts of his association with them, perhaps under the impression that the title of "Editor-in-Chief of a Journal-Shaped Pukebag" adds lustre to his reputation.

Dr Martel further burnishes his CV with an impressive range of roles at other spammy, scammy predaceous & parasitical journals -- Associate Editor and Honorable Editor at MedCrave, Editor at ECronicon, Editor at 'JOJO' from Juniper, Editor at OpenVentio, Associate Editor at "Annals of International Medical and Dental Research". Perhaps he is hoping to qualify for the title of 'Hyderabad Honorary Consul'. He does not boast of these low-life collaborations in his self-written Whackyweedia entry, however, so perhaps a vestigial sense of shame lingers still.

Dr Martel has been advised that the dregs of humanity are traducing his good name by signing it at the bottom of their griftograms, but he does not respond to well-meaning Riddled emails.
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AFTERTHOUGHT: Jeffrey Beall speculated about the similarities between the OAText and OMICS operations. A commenter confirmed that Navaneeth Reddy had worked at OMICS before going into the business himself, wondering why he should work his fingers to the bone defrauding strangers on behalf of a boss when he could keep those strangers' money for himself.

The two scam-shops seem to maintain a collegial relationship, and Beall noted the ostensible existence of one Amanda Venis, a high-functioning $NAME parameter who works both sides of the street. "Her" FaceBukkake page primarly peddles one of the dismal OAText travesties (Global Derpatology) but the advertisements that comprise "her" Twitter stream alternate between that journal and the Journal of Figmentary Disorders from OMICS. Of the three LinkedIn entries set up in that name, one has her working in SF as an Editorial Assistant for OMICS, while the other two have her in London, as OAText Managing Editor for Global Dermatology or, possibly, for the Interdiciplinary Journal of Chemistry.
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AFTERTHOUGHT2: Two other OAText Editors are also unaware that their names appear in lying spam beamed across the Interlattice by lowlife scammers, for unfriendly strangers to jeer at. Despite my gently-worded attempts to warn them.

From: Dr. Yassine Amrani [mailto:editor@pulmonarystudies.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2017 11:04 PM
Subject: Dr. Yassine Amrani: Submission Call

Dear ,
As members of the editorial board of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine (PCCM), I would like to invite you to contribute to the Journal with a short review, case report or research articles.
As you will from the journal website, there have been a number of good articles published by the journal and we want to ensure that we keep attracting the best science possible (as far as time allows).
So I would be very grateful if you could find the time to submit an article to the journal.
Submissions received till 08 March will receive a 30 per cent off on fee or help us know approximate date.
Your early response is appreciated.
Please do contact us for any query.
Regards,
Yassine Amrani
Dept of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation, University of Leicester,
National Institute for Health Research
Leicester Respiratory Biomedical Research Unit
Glenfield Hospital, Leicester, LE3 9QP, UK
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From: Prof Rex Cheung [mailto:editor@medicalopenaccess.org]
Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2017 11:52 PM
Subject: NMBI Vol 2: Submit Images for Special Issue

DearDr. ,
Hope this mail finds you in good health.
We would like to invite your kind attention towards the journal Nuclear Medicine and Biomedical Imaging – NMBI (ISSN: 2398-3361).
We have a Rapid Review Process and Publication Facility which allows submission to be published in just over 7-10 days.  We appreciate all your efforts for the growth of scientific research. Based on your recent contributions, it is a great pleasure for me to invite you to contribute an article to NMBI.
Special processing fees for Vol 2:
Article Type
Charge
Images with short description
Free of cost
Commentaries/Short Review
$250
Case Reports
$350
Research/Review Articles
$450

For more details, please contact editor@nuclearmedicinejournal.com  or to submissions@oatext.com (mention the journal’s name)
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Regards
Robert Rae
Editorial assistant
Supporting
Rex Cheung
Editor-in-chief
University of Texas M.D.
Anderson Cancer Center

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Rex Cheung can be excused for his ignorance for he is quite hard to contact... his claimed affiliation with Anderson Cancer Center is fraudulent, and his e-address there is no longer valid. He appears to have left the University of Texas, to spend more time editing his collection of journal-shaped pukenozzles from the Hyderabad digital-fraud industry.