Science is either replicable or not. If not, it should be corrected. If faulty or fabricated, it should be retracted.
Wow. During all of #COVID__19 there have been 3 journal articles that presented data outside of my covid worldview. This JAMA article was the scariest, but has now been “corrected.” Not scary anymore. The other 2 articles were fully retracted. Hard not to be cynical. pic.twitter.com/UpQtnIEPzS
— Robert Smith, MD, MSc, FACC, FSCAI (@RFscai) August 26, 2020
If you agree with me that we as scientists should not agree with such corrections-of-manipulated-data, please help me by writing to the Editor in Chief of @JNeurophysiol https://t.co/4nyJIroK8F pic.twitter.com/GRx1BabRX9
— Elisabeth Bik (@MicrobiomDigest) June 22, 2022
This is wrong. @FrontPlantSci decided to correct – not retract – a paper with "inappropriate manipulation" in twelve (12) photos.
And also, let's replace seven (7) more photos "to avoid any additional questions or concerns".https://t.co/E4zdH3tIN1 pic.twitter.com/3KKtKbNElg
— Elisabeth Bik (@MicrobiomDigest) January 14, 2020
— Morty 🇺🇦 (@mortenoxe) September 5, 2022