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One of the tests for validity of scientific information is if it has been published in reputable, peer-reviewed journals. In order to legitimise nonsense, people create journals which are far from reputable. Some will print anything that fits a certain ideological viewpoint, some specialise in publishing papers that have been rejected by places which have high standards, some will publish anything provided a fee is paid, some pretend to do peer review but allow the authors to nominate their own reviewers. Some do all of these things. This is a list of journals and publications where the contents should be taken with a grain of salt. Or even a bushel.
books that you shouldn't buy but I'll get some money if you do.
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The Chronicle of Chiropractic
Journal of the American Physicians and Surgeons
Living Wisdom Magazine
Medical Veritas International Inc
Race Traitor | Journal of the New Abolitionism
Vertebral Subluxation Research