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piątek, 29 maja 2020

Ostrzeżenie przed fejknauką i katastrofalnym stanem nauki w Polsce

Cytujecie naukowców? Sprawdzajcie ich bardzo dokładnie.

Apel Polish Media Owners Association (PMOA)


Szanowni Państwo Wydawcy i Dziennikarze,

Jako wydawca mediów proszę abyście rozpoznali stan upadku nauki w Polsce. Opinie, rzekome fakty czy poglądy wygłaszane przez naukowców z tytułami naukowymi muszą każdorazowo być sprawdzane na zgodność ze stanem faktycznym. 

Jakość pracy naukowej w Polsce obniżyła się drastycznie. Status naukowców drastycznie upadł. Szczególny dramat jest w świecie medyczynym, gdzie marże zysków są największe i pokusa oszustw naukowych daje znaczne dochody. 

Wiele badań jest nieaktualnych, po latach okazały się błędnymi, ale nadal są wykorzystywane jako fejkdowody i fejkfakty w celu sprzedaży wyrobów medycznych. Znaczny procent badań klinicznych leków na różne choroby okazało się fałszerstwami, nie udało ich się powtórzyć w ponownych próbach, a sama chemioterapia wg nowych danych zabija nawet połowę chorych w niektórych szpitalach w ciągu pierwszych 30 dni [3]. 

Fałszowane są wpisy w internetowych encyklopediach w celu zapewnienia dalszej sprzedaży różnych szkodliwych dla zdrowia wyrobów czy w celach komercyjnych. Duże encyklopedie internetowe de facto prowadzą działalność jako firmy public relations oferując korektę wpisów encyklopedycznych w celu biznesowym [1]. Nie mają one w ogóle charakteru demokratycznego, wiele wpisów jest cenzurowanych, kasowanych czy manipulowanych przez lobbysto-administratorów mających co najmniej niejasne cele biznesowe. Starają się oni zniechęcić nowych użytkowników, a argumenty nie-lobbystów są kasowane w wojnach edycyjnych. Podane źródła w takich "fejkpediach" są zmanipulowane lub podane jako dowody w celowo fałszywy sposób (podane źródła dowodzą np. przeciwnej tezy niż "teza" podana w fejkpedii). 

Bardziej pewne informacje można uzyskać w zasadzie jedynie z lektury wyroków sądowych w sprawach o fałszerstwa badań naukowych. Lecz to także nie jest pewne: na przykład Andrew Wakefield z początku przegrał proces, ale współautor jego badań nad powiązaniami autyzmu z wirusami znalezionymi w przewodzie pokarmowym-  Dr Murch, swój proces wygrał. Wydaje się że wygrana z koncernami farmaceutycznymi które bronią swoich leków przez zarzutami wywoływania groźnych chorób- jest kwestią środków finansowych jakie naukowiec jest w stanie przeznaczyć na swój proces. 

Artykuł p. Wakefielda z "The Lancet" usunięto po 12 latach pod dość dziwnym zarzutem braku zgody lokalnego komitetu etycznego na badania dzieci. Rzekomo współautor p. A. Wakefielda, Dr Murch, został oczyszczony z zarzutów przez brytyjski High Court w 2012- jak podaje prweb.com, cytując numery spraw GMC: 2733564, 1700583, i 2540201. Część mediów zarzuca że "The Lancet" jest skorumpowany, publikując odpowiedź rzecznika czasopisma na wniosek o ponowne wstawienie skasowanego artykułu po tym jak rzekomo w 2016 roku także dr Wakefield został uniewienniony z zarzutów [2]. Wskazuje się na powiązania finansowe czasopisma "Lancet" z koncernem medycznym "Merck". 

Część naukowców staje się użytecznymi idiotami, powielając niesprawdzone dokładnie informacje pobrane z niepewnych żródeł- przy czym "The Lancet" także wydaje się być skorumpowany. Naiwni użyteczni idioci powielają też wątpliwe merytorycznie dane statystyczne zbierane na podstawie bardzo ułomnych, niepewnych, podważanych i wątpliwych metodologii badań, które to metodologie są na przykład zbyt świeże by być nawet krytycznie zweryfikowane. 

W wielu dziedzinach upadek nauki jest dramatyczny. Upadły na dno polskie nauki prawne (redakcji opowiadano np. o naukowcu "profesorze F." z wydziału prawa i admninistracji pewnej uczelni w Krakowie, który przekonywał swoich studentów do zalet autorytazymu). Dzięki przestarzałej wiedzy doszło do belaruthenizacji tutejszego systemu prawnego. 

Upolitycznione zostały nauki historyczne czy społeczne. Nauki inżynieryjne czy techniczne tkwią w mentalnym zapóźnieniu liczonym w dekadach. Jakość pracy naukowców jest nierzadko tak samo przeciętna jak jakość pracy zwykłych, nieakademickich autorów na rynku. 

To, że ktoś ma przed nazwiskiem tytuł naukowy, nie świaczy już w ogóle o jakości informacji jaką on przekazuje. Coraz częściej trafiamy na fałszywe informacje podawane przez przedstawicieli świata nauki. Plagą jest podawanie przez naukowców informacji zdezaktualizowanych, sprzecznych z obecnym stanem światowej dyskusji w danej dziedzinie wiedzy. Podawane informacje są często opiniami, które nie mają nawet charakteru wyedukowanego. 

Dzisiaj nauka skomercjalizowała się, a tytuł naukowy jest często wykorzystywany do realizacji czyichś prywatnych interesów gospodarczych. Wzywam Państwa do dalekoposuniętej ostrożności w cytowaniu wypowiedzi luminarzy świata nauki do mediów.

Wzywam także władze publiczne do likwidacji feudalnego systemu na uczelniach. Już dwie dekady temu na moich uczelniach w Eur. Zaschodniej egzaminy były anonimizowane i wyłącznie pisemne, niemal bez wyjątków. W Polsce studenci są często oceniani za twarz, za wygląd, rodzaj stroju etc. Sektor nauki w Polsce okazał się kompletnie niezdolny do reformy wewnętrznej. 

Proponuję Państwu bardzo dalekoposuniętą ostrożność w cytowaniu osób z tytułami naukowymi. Proszę o bardzo wnikliwe sprawdzanie źródeł jakie podają na uzasadnienie swoich tez czy opinii. Coraz częściej nauka w Polsce jest towarem wadliwym - jest nieaktualną, przeterminowaną wiedzą. Albo nawet jest skorumpowana, jest fejknauką obliczoną na oszustwo w celu komercyjnym. Badania są celowo fałszowane dla celów zysku.

Z szacunkiem,
Adam Fularz, wydawca, Polish News Agency
członek PMOA

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