KPC and b.n.
dag.stenberg at nospam.helsinki.fi.invalid
Wed May 14 06:54:35 EST 2003
KP-PC <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net%remove%> wrote:
> being ripped-off by Professionals - you know - seeing Professionals
> receiving the Salaries they receive through their 'plagerizing' of
> the work I've done, and, for 14 years, [1974-1988] shared with
> Professionals privately. I rewrote Neuroscience during those years of
> Private Communications. I was asking for help in getting the work
> Published, but what happened is that the Professionals 'just'
> 'helped' =themselves= to my work. It's the single most Savage
> Collective act of 'plagerism' that's ever occurred within the History
> of Science.
> It was only when the Revolution in Neuroscience that derived in the
> thousands of letters I sent out in this Private way took off, that
> folks in Neuroscience actually realized what they'd done.
Then why has the impact of this ripping off not made any greater impact in
neuroscience? And I very much doubt that so many professionals actually
read AoK to be able to plagiarize it.
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