Scholarship has relied on peer reviewed research since the inception of the scientific method. But when you are rejected from the realm of ideas what recourse do you have? There might be good reason you were rejected, then again, maybe not. What has happened today is those that have a flawed hypothesis move forward with creating their own "peer review" in an effort to legitimize the narrative they so desperately want to be true.
Today, we have new movement that has all but destroyed the purpose of peer review. They have created their own echo chambers in the area of academic persuits of knowledge. This episode will cover just how pervasive this phenominon has become and perhaps offer ways we can combat the polution of ideological thinking.
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