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• YouTube • - science Contents August 12, 2018 This is not true. Your ISP can in theory route the requested address to whatever they want. In the Netherlands TPB is blocked and my ISP returns a 200 status code which shows their blocking landing page. Other ISPs give a 30x redirect to their domain. In the interests of transparency, eLife includes the editorial decision letter and accompanying author responses. A lightly edited version of the letter sent to the authors after peer review is shown, indicating the most substantive concerns; minor comments are not usually included. • Write For Us

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• ^ Seitz, Matt Zoller [@mattzollerseitz] (April 4, 2018). "Thinking back on READY PLAYER ONE: I don't think Spielberg gets enough credit for making sad films that most people interpret as happy, and complex films that are immediately dismissed as simple or confused" (Tweet) – via Twitter. See also: Copyright infringement § Legality of downloading • ^ a b "Nature's 10". Nature. 540 (7634): 507–515. 22 December 2016. Bibcode: 2016Natur.540..507.. doi: 10.1038/540507a. PMID 30905952. Best Science Fiction Film }, {"742":742}]; Насчет травли — тут я положился на автора статьи, и все свои суждения строю именно на этом материале. К сожалению, сам вопрос травли я не изучал. Open in a separate window • Enable Javascript to log in

In Gilead sexual activity is merely about procreation (although later, in the section ‘Jezebel’s’, we may revise this impression). • - worldnews A Created by Alexandra Elbakyan, the Sci-Hub website goes live on September 5, 2011. • The two-season television adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel will be available in Asia exclusively on HBO GO and HBO On Demand. The Sci-Hub project supports Open Access movement in science. Research should be published in open access, i.e. be free to read. • Casey S Greene , window.modules["916"] = [function(require,module,exports){var isPlainObject=require(917);function customOmitClone(i){return isPlainObject(i)?void 0:i}module.exports=customOmitClone; • Popcorn Time 2) PHISHING: it is easy to tell from the log files that the phishing and password attacks come from the same place as the eventual hack where all the IP of the University is stolen. (page 25-55) Credit: Hulu In early 2016, data released by Elbakyan showed usage in developed countries was high, with a large proportion of the downloads coming from the US and countries within the European Union. [3] • - gadgets Simply add your chosen print books, ebooks, bundles or PDF chapters to your basket, and the cheaper of the three will be yours free of charge. Applies to full-priced products only. Excludes pre-order titles in both their print and digital versions. T&Cs apply. • Então, é só acessar o site do Scihub e digitar: Yvonne Strahovski Later that year, the publisher’s rising prices and support for restrictive legislation galvanized nearly 17,000 scientists to pledge against publishing in its journals. Facing backlash, Elsevier reversed its position. Despite its meteoric rise, the boycott ultimately faded with little concrete effect on the publishing giant.

• Articles with short description 14.99 € Rewards During their talk, June admitted to the doctor she had been planning to kill Ofmatthew, Ofmatthew's commander and his wife, and even the doctor himself. His response was surprising; instead of recoiling from the admission, he calmly asked her how long she had been having suicidal thoughts, since they both knew those violent actions would have been punishable by death. 2 episodes • ^ Peter Tze Ming Ng, « Paradigm Shift and the State of the Field in the Study of Christian Higher Education in China », in Cahiers d’Extrême-Asie, 2001, n° 12, pp. 127-140 • American Journal of Medical and Dental Sciences Stage [ edit ] 0000-0002-3012-7446 In 2018 and 2019, the White House Office of the US Trade Representative named Sci-Hub as one of the most "notorious market" sites in the world. [28] • Van Noorden R. Funders punish open-access dodgers. Nature. 2014; 508:161. doi: 10.1038/508161a. [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • FAQ • Artist Blog I think you have an misconception about how sci-hub works. Most of the content you can access trough sci-hub is not hosted by sci-hub, what happens when you request a fresh new paper is that your request is eventually served by a computer in the network of one of the universities with subscription to the journal which published that paper, using donated or stolen credentials of some high profile scientists if needed. Sci-hub already uses IPFS to cache some papers, it can not move to IPFS network because it is not a library of content like LibGen (which is often confused to) but an actual hub which decides how to serve your request in real time. Manage Your Subscription this link opens in a new tab Correction February 23 6:40PM ET: This article has been corrected to note that the market cap for RELX Group, not Elsevier, is $35 billion. • Publication Ethics • Ready Player One (2018) We create a tabular file doi.tsv.xz that contains a binary indicator (coded as 0/1) of whether each Crossref DOI is in Sci-Hub's repository. The general workflow we followed to compute coverage was to subset the DOI dataset for the relevant DOIs (e.g. all DOIs published in 2016) and take the sum/mean of the binary membership column. These operations made heavy use of pandas.DataFrame.join to incorporate additional information about DOIs and pandas.DataFrame.groupby to compute coverage for all possible subsets at once. Bonne chance dans vos recherches, et n’hésitez pas à commenter si vous avez des informations complémentaires ou des expériences vécues dans ce domaine ! Sci-Hub’s coverage of 2016 articles in open access journals was just 32.7% compared to 78.8% for articles in toll access journals ( Figure 6—figure supplement 1). Upon further investigation, we discovered that in June 2015, Sci-Hub ceased archiving articles in PeerJ, eLife, and PLOS journals, although they continued archiving articles in other open access journals such as Scientific Reports, Nature Communications, and BMC-series journals. Sci-Hub currently redirects requests for these delisted journals to the publisher’s site, unless it already possesses the article, in which case it serves the PDF. These findings suggest Sci-Hub prioritizes circumventing access barriers rather than creating a single repository containing every scholarly article. Movements • Transcript and translation of "Why Science is Better with Communism? The Case of Sci-Hub", a presentation by Alexandra Elbakyan at the University of North Texas Open Access Symposium 2016. […] Essential revisions: • The Agenda 21 conspiracy theory is spreading widely thanks to pandemic fears. • Chapter 22 Sci-Hub is often called the Pirate Bay of science; the Pirate Bay itself was raided twice before it finally succumbed. “If nothing happens to me personally, then naturally I will try to continue Sci-Hub project myself,” Elbakyan says. If something were to happen, while her network of journal and institutional subscriptions might be lost, “the main resource of the project, being the scientific articles, they are already published on the internet.” • Considerations for Reopening Institutions of Higher Education in the COVID-19 Era – ACHA (78) • October 2012 It seems to me there are several issues being conflated by Pitts and DeMarco. I’ve seen enough evidence over the past few years to be convinced that Sci-Hub phished (and may continue to phish?). Given the scale of the operation, they are certainly also using credentials from the seedy underbelly of the clearnet and the darkweb. After entering a query it searches through all published papers in the world and shows you the matches. You can then click a result to see more details, and immediately cite it from there. Dear @ringo_ring @ Sci_Hub • Copyright “Being here with him is safety; it's a cave, where we huddle together while the storm goes on outside. This is a delusion, of course. This room is one of the most dangerous places I could be.” “The Handmaid’s Tale” ’s most chilling resonance, though, comes from its vision of a society that compels women to keep reproducing even when it’s become increasingly difficult for them to do so. In the America of 2017, as in Gilead, birth rates are falling, not because of mysterious toxins in the air but because many Americans cannot imagine being able to afford children. Instead of Handmaids, the women most likely to be capable of becoming pregnant are twentysomethings trying to pay off student loans with wages from precarious jobs. (I recently heard one young woman say that she felt “sterilized by student debt.”) Others are barren not because of an ecological disaster but because they have worked straight through their childbearing years. Meanwhile, Republicans of today, like those of the Reagan era, continue to push to further privatize the resources that might support childbearing and child-rearing. Consider the remarkable question, posed recently by the Illinois congressman John Shimkus, of why men should subsidize prenatal care. • August 2011 • Sitemap • V Larivière During our presentation at SSP (I was part of the panel, but did not address this part of the argument), Pitts et al. did discuss evidence for nefarious Sci-Hub behavior beyond copyright infringement, notably including circumvention of 2FA protocols and the planitng of malware. I know Pitts is traveling today and won’t in a position to respond to comments until tomorrow, but I’m hoping that he will be able to share further information about this. • Tools Outstanding Drama Series I hadn't noticed it was on Hacker News, but that explains the sudden attention. Colleges should consider a cohort approach to help reopen in the fall more safely (opinion) • Reviews Status Unknown: Edit • Admissions You can email the site owner to let them know you were blocked. Please include what you were doing when this page came up and the Cloudflare Ray ID found at the bottom of this page. • Call For Papers • Download rate for articles on Sci-Hub [49] • Open science data • Children's • Sophie's World Discussion Questions Non-Fiction books are not my favorite (the exception is teacher professional development books) but each grade I teach I REALLY try hard to find at least one good non-fiction novel for us to read together. Even more so, I love when there’s a movie :). The Finest Hours really is a great non-fiction book to read with middle school students. The story lines are a little hard to follow at first, because there were multiple boat rescues needed all at the same time, but the kids get so into it after a while. They want to know who gets saved and how. Even more so, it’s great to read about what happened after the boat rescues took place, and how it impacted the lives of those involved. The writing was never very good — it’s mostly just long lists of pop culture references and Wade’s opinion as to whether the property in question sucks or rocks — but for the kind of book Ready Player One is trying to be, that doesn’t necessarily matter. The primary aesthetic pleasure here is one of recognition: Yes, I know that reference, and yes, I agree that it sucks or rocks. And Ready Player One is there to serve that pleasure to its readers on a silver platter — assuming its readers are also gamers obsessed with the bits of ’80s pop culture that were built with teenage boys in mind. • list > Look if you’d rather do that than buy credentials online for a dollar or two then you’re just being unreasonable • Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License ; • April 2019 suspicion. Summary: Chapter 15 Sienna D Elsevier is granted a preliminary injunction to suspend domain names and restrain the site operators from distributing Elsevier’s copyrighted works ( Van der Sar, 2015b; Sweet, 2015). Shortly after, Sci-Hub and LibGen resurface at alternative domains outside of U.S. court jurisdiction, including on the dark web ( Schiermeier, 2015; Van der Sar, 2015c). > It's perfectly consistent to both want the work funded and want it free The next morning, she doesn’t have much time to worry about why Nick hasn’t told anyone she was outside before she hears a series of bells signaling a Salvaging, another chilling ritual in this new world order. All the Handmaids gather in an open field, and a man is brought out in front of them – a man who, according to Aunt Lydia, raped a pregnant Handmaid and caused her to lose the baby. They’re told to stand around him, and once a whistle blows, they can do whatever they choose to him until the whistle blows again. It’s essentially The Purge, Gilead style, a way for the women to unleash the rage they must feel in their captivity. When the signal comes, Offred lands the first blow (in the book, interestingly, that’s Ofglen, and she has a specific reason for doing so), and then the women descend, screaming, grabbing, pulling, kicking — only Janine, clutching her now-pregnant belly, watches from a few feet away, twirling happily in the sun. • • ^ " 'Ready Player One' Tops $500M Global Box Office, Scores $200M+ In China". Deadline Hollywood. Penske Business Media. April 21, 2018. Archived from the original on April 22, 2018 . Retrieved April 22, 2018. Q: Is there anything publishers could do to stop new papers being added to Sci-Hub’s repository? • Pets • preparatory Offred and Ofglen grow closer. – Federico Poloni Jun 11 '18 at 11:41 Lillie Fuller Golden Globe Awards • Report intrusions to the authorities and to each other. Both libraries and publishers need to do this. × Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! • Artist Blog This traffic may have been sent by malicious software, a browser plug-in, or a script that sends automated requests. If you share your network connection, ask your administrator for help — a different computer using the same IP address may be responsible. Learn more • - tifu SAS: Red Notice By country or region Not a good comparison - if the bookstore wanted to prevent you from reading the book, they can seal it up. The same doesn't apply to SciHub, which is illegally accessing papers/books that the publishers explicitly do not want them to access. • CS1 Spanish-language sources (es) • ^ a b Murphy, Kate (12 March 2016). "Should All Research Papers Be Free?". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Archived from the original on 31 October 2016 . Retrieved 23 August 2016. • ^ Oxenham, Simon (10 February 2016). "Meet the Robin Hood of Science". The Big Think, Inc. Archived from the original on 17 February 2016 . Retrieved 22 February 2016. I recall thinking that the issue of international IP theft was hitting closer to home for universities, and hoping more of them would start taking the threats posed by Sci-Hub – a similarly “brazen scheme to gather and redistribute scholarly content” – more seriously. So when I was offered an opportunity to present actual evidence of how Sci-Hub is doing so much more than enabling the download of publisher’s PDFs at the SSP Annual Meeting, I accepted. There are over 25,000 universities worldwide, so if every university paid e.g. 200 bucks a month, it would come out as $5M per month, which is enough to fund the publishing end of every last scientific journal in existence and then some (assuming we keep not paying authors and peer reviewers through such publishing, like it is now) Open Science retweeted • A Farley Lower Mall Campus [ edit ] View conversation · • July 2014 1985 (hardcover) […] Parlement approuve de nouvelles règles sur le droit d’auteur sur internet , pendant qu’une décision de justice oblige les fournisseurs d’accès internet à bloquer les sites SciHub et LibGen, les deux […] We advocate for cancellation of intellectual property, or copyright laws, for scientific and educational resources. Want to buy books online? Use one of our coupons: • Himmelstein D. The licensing of bioRxiv preprints. [February 7, 2018]; Satoshi Village. 2016 • Times Money Mentor • • eDonkey Engineering Department Lecturer in Engineering Various hours available £26,819 to £36,792 per annum (based on full-time salary) Our engineering department is very well equipped to ... ID: 1100236 • Chapter 7 • Special needs teaching assistant Obviously anyone can say something on these points or on his latest experience with sci-hub. Spine Crackers: Symbols Image by Adrien Chopin adapted from Kirsty Ren – CC BY SA 4.0 If not Sci-Hub, What Else? • Help Center • Stein, K. F. (1996). "Margaret Atwood's Modest Proposal: The Handmaid's Tale". Canadian Literature, 148, 57–72. [...] По ссылке из петиции: View photo · Next, we explored the cumulative size of LibGen scimag over time according to the TimeAdded field ( Figure 11). However, when we compared our plot to one generated from the LibGen scimag database SQL dump on January 1, 2014 ( Cabanac, 2016; Cabanac, 2017), we noticed a major discrepancy. The earlier analysis identified a total of 22,829,088 DOIs, whereas we found only 233,707 DOIs as of January 1, 2014. We hypothesize that the discrepancy arose because TimeAdded indicates the date modified rather than created. Specifically, when an article in the database is changed, the database record for that DOI is entirely replaced. Hence, the TimeAdded value is effectively overwritten upon every update to a record. Unfortunately, many research questions require the date first added. For example, lag-time analyses (the time from study publication to LibGen upload) may be unreliable. Therefore, we do not report on these findings in this manuscript. Instead, we provide Figure 11—figure supplement 1 as an example analysis that would be highly informative were reliable creation dates available. In addition, findings from some previous studies may require additional scrutiny. For example, Cabanac writes ( Cabanac, 2016): “The growth of LibGen suggests that it has benefited from a few isolated, but massive, additions of scientific articles to its cache. For instance, 71% of the article collection was uploaded in 13 days at a rate of 100,000+ articles a day. It is likely that such massive collections of articles result from biblioleaks ( Dunn et al., 2014), but one can only speculate about this because of the undocumented source of each file cached at LibGen.” While we agree this is most likely the case, confirmation is needed that the bulk addition of articles does not simply correspond to bulk updates rather than bulk initial uploads. • Fister B. Inevitably open. [February 7, 2018]; Inside Higher Ed. 2017 • Q & A Working Sci Hub Proxy Links: RT @scihub_love Novel, an invented prose narrative of considerable length and a certain complexity that deals imaginatively with human experience, usually through a connected sequence of events involving a group of persons in a specific setting. Within its broad framework, the genre of the novel has encompassed an extensive range of types… • Chapter 30 On March 19, 2017, Sci-Hub tweeted: “If you like the list of all DOI collected on Sci-Hub, here it is: … 62,835,101 DOI in alphabetical order”. The tweet included a download link for a file with the 62,835,101 DOIs that Sci-Hub claims to provide access to. Of these DOIs, 56,246,220 were part of the Crossref-derived catalog of scholarly articles, and 99.5% of the DOIs from Sci-Hub’s list were in the LibGen scimag repository (after filtering). Hence, the LibGen scimag and Sci-Hub repositories have largely stayed in sync since their split. On Twitter, the Sci-Hub account confirmed this finding, commenting “with a small differences, yes the database is the same”. Therefore, the LibGen scimag and Sci-Hub DOI catalogs can essentially be used interchangeably for research purposes. Chapter 15 • Chapter 23 13These books always have what I call “the tour of the sewage system” – some kind of speech or part of the narrative that explains to the visitor (who can be a character or else the reader) how the society functions. It can be very boring or tedious. It often comes with the “just-so story” somebody tells the stranger – really a historical overview of how things got that way, usually involving a breakdown, some social catastrophe. In 1984 you’ll remember it’s that pamphlet placed in the middle. In The Handmaid’s Tale I felt the sewage system tour was better integrated directly into the narrative, but I put the just-so story at the end, in the Historical Notes, so as not to disrupt the body of the text. window.modules["915"] = [function(require,module,exports){function noop(){}module.exports=noop; • ^ Rubin, Rebecca (April 1, 2018). " 'Ready Player One' Impresses With $61.7 Million in China". Variety. Penske Business Media. Archived from the original on April 17, 2018 . Retrieved April 23, 2018. • September 2009 Sci Hub Guide Chapter 1 Sci-Hub and Elbakyan were sued twice for copyright infringement in the United States in 2015 and 2017, and lost both cases, leading to loss of some of its Internet domain names. [6] The site has cycled through different domain names [a] since then. [2] • Video on demand • RELIGION & SPIRITUALITY 177 The 13 Best TV Shows Of May 2020 Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! • Refer to the Databases list Mr. Freeze (Batman vs. TMNT) | • American Journal of Food and Nutrition • 2.2 Delivery to users Have a moment of self awareness for one second and consider this: if I had to make the same rebuttal multiple times to counter act the same argument then who is the spammer and who is just setting the record straight? Hmmmm In 2018 and 2019, the White House Office of the US Trade Representative named Sci-Hub as one of the most "notorious market" sites in the world. [28] И заметьте, никто ни слова плохого про сам проект sci-hub не говорит, потому что (очевидно) проект хороший и очень нужный. А вот одной рукой быть за свободный доступ к научной информации а другой — перекрывать этот доступа определённым неугодным лицам (а теперь уже и вовсе неопределённому кругу лиц по признаку IP-адреса), знаете ли, двоемыслием попахивает. • Travis J. In survey, most give thumbs-up to pirated papers. Science. 2016 doi: 10.1126/science.aaf5704. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • • ^ "". ICANN WHOIS. Archived from the original on 9 March 2018 . Retrieved 28 August 2016. Alan Silvestri • • Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! • Clarifications and Corrections Sophie Giraud/Hulu • ADHESIVE, BINDING & FASTENINGS π Rendered by PID 16540 on r2-app-0370d59d6c1ee2b20 at 2020-06-11 05:00:46.673137+00:00 running a7affd4 country code: FR. • Gnutella