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– myrix Mar 24 '16 at 0:40 • Related forums: Nashua New Hampshire - Transparent Language , Age : 4+ • The figure shows the number of articles in LibGen scimag, according to its TimeAdded field, for two database dumps. The number of articles added per day for the January 1, 2014 LibGen database dump was provided by Cabanac and corresponds to Figure 1 of ( Cabanac, 2016). Notice the major discrepancy whereby articles from the April 7, 2017 database dump were added at later dates. Accordingly, we hypothesize that the TimeAdded field is replaced upon modification, making it impossible to assess date of first upload. • Laboratory Supplies We will be very grateful if you can share this page with your friends,thank you! • ပညာရေး, ပညာ Burmese • Gerry Segger Heritage Collection December • Once an author picks one of the easy subjects, MLA or another style one more challenge comes out: preparing the primary sentence of the beginning, which is called a research problem, thesis statement, or hypothesis. The primary aim of a statement is to respond to this question. • Murphy K. Should All Research Papers Be Free? [February 7, 2018]; New York Times. 2016 • Management Draft the Introduction for Chapter 5 EDU 0260

• SuperCut TC Scissors *Obligatory disclaimer: I’m not associated with Sci-Hub.* • 2. Я не расширял понятие «русские» до «советские», а заменил одно другим, и это определяющий смысл моего ответа на исходный комментарий. • WPI Large Animal Stereotaxic Instruments postgraduate degrees. You don’t even define “by Sci-Hub” or “be Sci-Hub”, so numbers like “17 out of 302” mean nothing. Never miss a hack Follow on facebook Follow on twitter Follow on youtube Follow on rss Contact us Subscribe to Newsletter A profile (sometimes called a personal statement for junior candidates) is an introductory paragraph which sits at the top of your CV. Its aim is to entice readers by summarising your skill set at a high level, and demonstrate your suitability for the roles you apply to. comment placeholder for @myrix: A slight correction/addition to philshem's answer. Not a comment due to not having enough reputation. If you need specifically scientific papers, you should use torrents at the following link: Collection of data accessible through torrents at, mentioned by philshem, is focused on books, including textbooks.

How either amounts to a “conspiracy theory”, by the way, is beyond me. Please check the meaning of conspiracy. Pathology • Share • PtIr Electrodes, Profile C Diabetes Education Visual Aids 29.1% • People’s Rights Research Paper Topics • 29+ Teacher Resumes in Word Then use source activate scihub and source deactivate to activate or deactivate the environment. On windows, use activate scihub and deactivate instead. Code Review Using Sci Hub can also be like reading books in a library without borrowing them: 1) Is it operating as the library intended? No and yes. 2) I agree that it's arguably less ethically wrong than outright stealing. After reading copious articles on a subject, I can then decide which articles I want to cite/include/research further. Impossible to gain such knowledge and familiarity with the subject if I had to purchase each paper. Sentinels-5P PreOps and POD Hub have not been affected by the incident. Next time, make a free account with a disposable email from Guerrilla Mail and read it for free online on JSTOR, or save screenshots for yourself 🙂 • Electrophoresis You can email the site owner to let them know you were blocked. Please include what you were doing when this page came up and the Cloudflare Ray ID found at the bottom of this page. Impact and ranking Next, we calculated journal-level access metrics based on articles published from January 1, 2014 until the start of the Sci-Hub access log records on September 1, 2015. For each journal, we calculated the average values for the five access log metrics described above. Interestingly, the journal Medicine - Programa de Formación Médica Continuada Acreditado received the most visitors per article, averaging 33.4 visitors for each of its 326 articles. Yes, but the article presents no evidence that downloading from sci-hub poses a threat. The article is arguing that sci-hub either steals or uses stolen credentials to gain access. But there’s no evidence, only conjecture, that sci-hub modifies the PDFs with malware. • • about moderation team » Shihub was launched by the researcher Alexandra Elbakyan in 2011 with the goal of providing free access to research to everyone, not only those who have the money to pay for journals. Many in the scientific community praise hub-sci / sciencehub for furthering the knowledge of humankind and helping academics from all over the world. shi hub has been sued many times by publishers like Elsevier but it is still accessible, for example by using a sci hub proxy. • Ovens & Furnaces Elbakyan had been following the Open Access movement and was an ardent fan of MIT’s OpenCourseWare — an initiative through which the university makes virtually all of its coursework available — since 2008. She’d also always been fascinated with neuroscience, especially the articles by the neurologist-turned-writer (and longtime head of The Guardian’s Neurophilosophy blog) Mo Costandi. Elbakyan became convinced that untapped potential was hidden in the human brain. She particularly liked the idea of the “global brain,” a neuroscience-inspired idea by futurists that an intelligent network could facilitate information storage and transfer — driving communication between people in real time, the way that neurons that fire together wire together. ►

Ah, but it's not free. The institution will have paid for access. This fact is all too often forgotten by academics: it looks like everything is free but libraries do a lot of work behind the scenes to ensure availability of content. Not that I'm justifying the business practices of publishers, but even in a fully open access world there are still costs to dissemination that need to be paid by someone. • Torrents-Time 4) Password Attack Evidence Aug 5, 2016 Send you contribution to the Bitcoin address: • Citing sources • eDonkey Kopernio is a free browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Opera that gives you one-click legal access to journal articles. It automatically searches your library journal subscriptions, open databases, PubMed and Google Scholar to find full-text PDFs. • Send • October 2019 • Support Eagles Athletics • Chemistry teacher Jobs any person or entity in privity with Sci-Hub and with notice of the injunction, including any Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! • Open-source hardware • Vote for Witnesses "Fetch working Sci-Hub domains using scihub_ck. • foibleShmoible Particle Physics / Postdoc / UK ► • Philadelphia Phillies (2) • Beloved, Toni Morrison • Pride • Свободное ПО • Open source You said: The story that made every child want to dance on tiptoes over midnight rooftops and soar away to Neverland, J. M. Barrie’s tale of the boy who could never grow up brought magic to bedtimes everywhere. From the Lost Boys to fearsome pirates, the enchanting adventure of Peter Pan has, both literally and metaphorically, never grown old. The latest Sci-Hub working domain(Last check time:Thu, 11 Jun 2020 04:55:02 GMT) (2) URL: ( setf ( url-filename urlobj) ( mail-fetch-field "Location ")) • ^ Kravets, David (5 May 2016). "Piracy site for academic journals playing game of domain-name Whac-A-Mole". Ars Technica. Archived from the original on 9 September 2017 . Retrieved 15 June 2017. XXXXXX • Marketing Douglas Stuart’s first novel steps into the literary lineage of Joyce’s Dubliners. Set nearly 70 years later, Stuart’s story tracks a mother and son as they search for social mobility and freedom in working-class Glasgow. The family battles alcoholism, sexuality taboo, and the constraints of domesticity, all packaged in the atmospheric lyricism of an epic. — BK • Ares • • Printing On Campus Science The Bug Game • Dressing Forceps Elbakyan was born in Almaty, Kazakhstan on 6 November 1988. [9] [10] She is of Armenian, Slavic, and Asian descent. [11] Elbakyan undertook university studies in Almaty, where she developed skills in computer hacking. [12] A year working in computer security in Moscow gave her the finances to proceed to Freiburg in 2010 to work on a brain–computer interface project, and she developed an interest in transhumanism, which led her to a summer internship at Georgia Institute of Technology in the United States, where she studied "Neuroscience and Consciousness". [13] [14] [15] In 2009 she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from the Kazakh National Technical University, specializing in information security. [16] [17] We have seen a phishing letter, so we believe these are the result of phishing. The frequency of these seems to be very high at the moment. • March 2014 The website for this is which is Elsevier’s cover name. Then, you locate either the URL for this (i.e. or the article’s DOI. The DOI is that unique document identifier that begins with “10.”. It is almost always shown somewhere on the site, so you can use search “10.” to find it. In rare cases, it is in the page’s source code or may not exist. If it doesn’t exist, it means you usually can’t get the article thru Sci-hub. When you have the article’s URL/DOI, you simply paste this into the Sci-hub search box. Like this: Yes, but the article presents no evidence that downloading from sci-hub poses a threat. The article is arguing that sci-hub either steals or uses stolen credentials to gain access. But there’s no evidence, only conjecture, that sci-hub modifies the PDFs with malware. • Archive Formatting your CV • videos Jewish formal and informal education This form of educational gaming works well across several types of devices: mobile, tablets, and computers, though most Lower-Order Practice games are apps or web-based for quick, in-and-out sessions lasting for a relatively short period of time. For example, the games available at,, and are largely simple practice games. I’ve had teachers tell me that these types of games generally retain their students’ interest for about 10 minutes. Higher-Order Conceptual Learning Economic principles The State of OA study determined the access status of 290,120 articles using the oaDOI utility (see Methods). Figure 7 shows Sci-Hub’s coverage for each category of access status. In line with our findings on the entire Crossref article catalog where Sci-Hub covered 49.1% of articles in open access journals, Sci-Hub’s coverage of gold articles in the State of OA dataset was 49.2%. Coverage of the 165,340 closed articles was 90.4%. • Language rules 99.8% For example, why can't I (tenured professor) stop submitting journal papers? In Spain we have a research assessment every six years where basically only indexed journal papers count (even in CS where actually journals are quite irrelevant compared to conferences, but that's a different war of mine...). If you have enough indexed journal papers, you get a pay rise. If you don't, you not only don't get the rise, but you have to teach a punishingly high amount of class hours, basically leaving no time for further research. So for any professor that wants to do research, passing this assessment is pretty much needed. And the overwhelming majority of indexed journal papers are in Elsevier and the like, and it's highly likely that it will be the only thematic fit for a given paper. Larry, the problem isn’t that “downloading from Sci-Hub poses a threat.” The problem is that sharing your network access credentials with Sci-Hub poses a threat. Obviously you don’t have to provide credentials in order to access and download content through Sci-Hub — that’s not the issue. The issue is that Sci-Hub harvests its content (and then makes it freely available) by using donated/stolen network credentials from people affiliated with academic institutions. Sci-Hub then has the same level of network access as the affiliated person from whom the credentials were taken. That’s why this is more than just a copyright-infringement issue. • ^ Himmelstein, Daniel S; Romero, Ariel Rodriguez; Levernier, Jacob G; Munro, Thomas Anthony; McLaughlin, Stephen Reid; Greshake Tzovaras, Bastian; Greene, Casey S (1 March 2018). "Sci-Hub provides access to nearly all scholarly literature". eLife. 7. doi: 10.7554/eLife.32822. ISSN 2050-084X. PMC 5832410. PMID 29424689. Archived from the original on 21 May 2019 . Retrieved 21 May 2019. • embed She’s currently studying for a masters degree in history of science at an undisclosed location. Undisclosed because she otherwise faces the possibility of ruinous fines, extradition to the US, and imprisonment. She remains at large only because Russia has no extradition agreement with the US. How Paywalls Affect Hackaday Readers First successful ion-propelled fixed-wing aircraft, Source: Nature • Language rules The Murder of Roger Akroyd, by Agatha Christie • Understanding Poverty • News At this time the widest possible distribution of research papers, as well as of other scientific or educational sources, is artificially restricted by copyright laws. Such laws effectively slow down the development of science in human society. The Sci-Hub project, running from 5th September 2011, is challenging the status quo. At the moment, Sci-Hub provides access to hundreds of thousands research papers every day, effectively bypassing any paywalls and restrictions. Elbakyan, who is suspected to be living in Russia, declined to provide the Post with her whereabouts, and did not volunteer any clues in her correspondence with Quartz. A matter of perspective • • Open-source architecture Meanwhile, always play by the rule by not sharing a private article in a public where websites to protect your integrity.LibraryGen has over 2 million articles, research papers, eBooks, fiction and a whole lot of them to download.No registration is necessary. All you need to do is spend time with the website and probably subscribe to know when they have a new upload so you can check it out. I am a fan of LibGen so, you too may want to be.You can check out this link to access LibGen:another site like Sci hub books to search and download science research papers. Before you can download all articles, journals, and research papers for free on this site you will be required to pay a membership fee which will grant you unrestricted access to all ScienceDirect.Despite paying for ScienceDirect membership fee it still doesn’t guarantee that you should be sharing them publicly. Sci-Hub URLServer ConditionSci-hub.muFastFastSci-hub.hkFastSci-hub.gqFastSci-hub.gaFastSci-hub.isFastSci-hub.laFastTree.sci-hub.laFastSci-hub.tvFastSci-hub.mnFastScihub.bizFastScihub22266oqcxt.onion.linkFastFastSci-hub.orgFastSci-hub.loveFastSci-hub.winFastSci-hub.techFastVs Science-HubDo not confuse Sci hub for Science-Hub. They work differently and they are not the same. Although you can download article journals and research papers from both sites. • April 2010 Draft your Statement of the Problem Information Technology Services | Portuguese English translation А если уж вступаете (ну, желание поругаться с кем-то на околополитические темы, в принципе, нормально, можно понять) — действуйте с осознанием того, что либо человек абсолютно сознательно пытается играть в подмену понятий, либо разучился думать и повторяет за плохими дядями из телевизора/политических пабликов). Enjoy. Coverage of Penn Libraries 13.0 Chapter introduction Solution: No one will be allowed to read or download work from the repository, because that would breach publishers' copyright. Instead, Malamud envisages, researchers could crawl over its text and data with computer software, scanning through the world's scientific literature to pull out insights without actually reading the text. • March 2019 • November 2014 • embed (3) Their findings, published in a preprint on the PeerJ journal site on 20 July, indicate that Sci-Hub can instantly provide access to more than two-thirds of all scholarly articles, an amount that Himmelstein says is “even higher” than he anticipated. For research papers protected by a paywall, the study found Sci-Hub’s reach is greater still, with instant access to 85% of all papers published in subscription journals. For some major publishers, such as Elsevier, more than 97% of their catalog of journal articles is being stored on Sci-Hub’s servers—meaning they can be accessed there for free. Clone this repos to somewhere on your computer: git clone . You will have a folder called sci-hub 2. No one but the founder is operating Sci-Hub. • Ancient Greek Poetry Facts What are the most prevalent post-hurricane health needs of elderly Florida residents with chronic health conditions? О, вдогонку как раз нашел прекрасную цитату. Как раз про наездников. … На этом фоне совершенно необычно и позитивно выглядит инициатива группы канадских и американских энтомологов «подарить» новые виды наездников 20 школьникам из Коста-Рики, которые проявили активное участие в сохранении биоразнообразия. Детям вручили сертификаты с изображениями видов, названных в их честь. Авторы новых видов в этимологии написали следующее: Promicrogaster alexmartinezi is named in honor of 13-year-old Alex Geovanny Martínez López from the Colonia Bolaños school for his growing enthusiasm for understanding and protecting the wild nature that occurs in his homeland. Пруф , • Accounting Microinjection Accessories Legal and tech activists like the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) immediately decried the injunction. It went too far, the EFF said, setting a precedent eerily similar to previously proposed legislation would’ve worked: ACS theoretically could strong-arm any service that could be seen as aiding Sci-Hub. Forcing internet intermediaries to enforce copyright claims by shutting down accused sites wholesale makes it possible for copyright holders to abuse claims of infringement, says Mitch Stoltz, a senior staff attorney at the EFF. If a website can “disappear on command” without any oversight, there is no incentive to encourage copyright holders to be judicious. Even if a website simply advertises or links to another infringing site, or unintentionally has a few unauthorized reproductions of copyrighted works, not only could a copyright holder black out the site entirely, it would be relatively easy. • APIdays Paris 2019 - Innovation @ s... by apidays 391361 views • ^ a b Murphy, Kate (12 March 2016). "Should All Research Papers Be Free?". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Archived from the original on 31 October 2016 . Retrieved 23 August 2016. • Retractors, Hand To be clear, I do completely agree that they shouldn’t be using stolen credentials. There is, by the way, a logical inconsistency in Sci-Hub propaganda. Al of its credentials, hundreds of thousands, are willingly donated by sympathetic Western academics. Most users are in the developing world, and lack such credentials to donate. • ^ Labbé, Stefan. "UBC, SFU allegedly hacked by Russian intelligence-backed internet pirates". Tri-City News. • WebPrint • ↑ О ситуации вокруг Sci-Hub | Социальный Компас (рус.). Дата обращения 3 ноября 2017. “We know because you can track how many donations she’s getting. There's no way she’s getting this… This is not one young Kazakh researcher in her bedroom,” said Pitts, adding that he’s been able to trace Sci-Hub’s activity back to Russia, though was not able to independently confirm its links with Russian intelligence. • Salary Index In the hands of a criminal, this information could be dangerous. Imagine what additional information an experienced hacker would be able to get hold of, and what they might do with this information. Maybe they would change the username and passwords for all the other accounts that person has. How many student access credential passwords are something like “GoState! #1” for more than just their library information system? The hackers can buy an email, a password, and maybe even a phone number. Then they have the golden ticket. • Microscope Buying Guide • Ah that’s nice, I like how a Google Doc can be used to save images without taking up storage space 😉 update .gitignore And with 50 million papers, she's getting close. Science reports that only 4.3 percent of Sci-Hub's monthly download requests are for articles not already in the database. How popular is Sci-Hub? This notice will be removed once the repository has been reviewed. Acknowledgements • New Products • game & video sharing • Image Credit: Free-Photos via Pixabay (Licensed under CC0 licence) • Virtual Learning • Contact us • Careers CHARGE TO THE COMMITTEE • References Hi madame Emma.First thank you for the intersting lessons ,just there are some words that we write with c or s but we pronounce ch .could you give us an idea to make difference about this plz? thank you • Other Grants If the university publishing model includes not being funded enough because you're 'a business', but not actually producing a profitable product which keeps you afloat... by definition that would make the model broken. If universities are a business, yet the press can't survive as one... • Thesis ( Collection of articles, Monograph) As you can see, there’s plenty of freedom on how you decide to list your education. The main thing is to keep it short, relevant, and consistent throughout the resume. We said: Alice is a no-nonsense, quick-witted and daring – we could all learn a lesson or two from the resourceful young girl in Lewis Carroll’s tale packed with a troupe of unforgettable characters. A dizzying story full of riddles, puns and wordplay, at over 150 years old it features a heroine way ahead of her time. Search for relevant sources • permalink • Restart Zotero, by clicking "restart now" in the extensions list where the of Education promulgates the requirements for "formal" admission to any approved teacher “We can’t allow published journal articles to be freely accessible on a large scale…What library will continue to subscribe if a growing proportion of articles is available for free elsewhere?” asked Elsevier’s Head of Global Corporate Relations Tom Reller (TechCrunch). • Thesis ( Collection of articles, Monograph) • Journal of the American Medical Association • About Us And somehow Elbakyan uses ... SciHub to... steal US defense contractor secrets... for Russia. OK! Go to the website of whatever article it is you are trying to get. Here we pretend you want the article in my tweet above: • About Us • 7. The Results • sci-hub .st Curtin University would like to pay our respect to the indigenous members of our community by acknowledging the traditional owners of the land on which the Perth Campus is located, the Wadjuk people of the Nyungar Nation; and on our Kalgoorlie Campus, the Wongutha people of the North-Eastern Goldfields. • June 2014 • October 2018 Few other writers have so ably conveyed the crushing desperation of the modern working class—specifically, the crushing pressures facing salespeople, whose job is to somehow dominate the wills of others in order to gain a small commission. The inhumanity of our society and economic system is disguised by toxic masculinity, sheer dumb luck, and the mental gymnastics required to turn a terrible job and fraught existence into something we can pretend is worthwhile. Atwood's classic dystopian novel of a terrifying (and terrifyingly plausible) future America has rewarded rereading like no other book; I've probably read it 30 times by now. The world of the narrator, Offred (from "Of Fred" — women no longer have their own names), is chilling, but she is a magnificent survivor and chronicler, and the details of everything from mundane daily life to ritualized sex and violence to her reminiscences of the time before (our contemporary reality, as seen in the '80s) are absolutely realistic. The novel is as relevant today as ever; feminist backlashes continue to wax and wane, but women's rights remain in the spotlight. And despite its scenarios of great despair, The Handmaid's Tale is ultimately a hopeful book — Offred, and others, simply cannot be human without the possibility of hope, and therein lies the strength of the resistance. All of Atwood is worth reading, but this book best exemplifies the cultural and psychological impact that a work of fiction can create. – Jill O. Pseb 10th Result 2019 Website Universities and some learned societies may be complicit in this state of affairs, but at least they (still) have a budget to work with and some leverage when it comes to negotiating with publishing conglomerates. That is rarely the case outside European and North American academia. Journalists, foundations, NGOs and think-tanks that require similar access to do their jobs, myriad government agencies, legal and medical clinics in and beyond the global north, teachers and students seeking to educate themselves and expand their horizons, families facing an important medical or financial decision, and of course scholars across the world: unless they open their wallets—again—they stay separated from the insights of and debates among key experts. Millions thus turn to Sci-Hub, which circumvents the current system on their behalf, and in a manner declared illegal by a US court last June. • day vs. night We said: Paul Scott passed away at the peak of his writing career and his last novel, Staying On – which won the Booker Prize in 1977 – gives us a unique insight into life just after the end of the British rule in India. Ellison combines a fluid, compelling writing style with a robust exploration of life as a black man in mid-century America. The unnamed narrator tells his story from his youth in a small Southern town, where he wins a scholarship to college that he can secure only after taking part in a brutal fight for the amusement of rich white sponsors, to his engagement with rising black nationalism and his realization that his color renders him, for all practical purposes, invisible to society at large. As for why it's not enough—because hiring committees and funding agencies almost never take unpublished (that is, in a proper journal) manuscripts into account when evaluating you and your funding proposals. This is what needs to change in the first place to break the loop. ScienceHuβ is a global science and technology publisher and provides free access to research articles and latest research information without any barrier to scientific community. • Oral Syringes • K • I2P Next, we explored the cumulative size of LibGen scimag over time according to the TimeAdded field ( Figure 11). However, when we compared our plot to one generated from the LibGen scimag database SQL dump on January 1, 2014 ( Cabanac, 2016; Cabanac, 2017), we noticed a major discrepancy. The earlier analysis identified a total of 22,829,088 DOIs, whereas we found only 233,707 DOIs as of January 1, 2014. We hypothesize that the discrepancy arose because TimeAdded indicates the date modified rather than created. Specifically, when an article in the database is changed, the database record for that DOI is entirely replaced. Hence, the TimeAdded value is effectively overwritten upon every update to a record. Unfortunately, many research questions require the date first added. For example, lag-time analyses (the time from study publication to LibGen upload) may be unreliable. Therefore, we do not report on these findings in this manuscript. Instead, we provide Figure 11—figure supplement 1 as an example analysis that would be highly informative were reliable creation dates available. In addition, findings from some previous studies may require additional scrutiny. For example, Cabanac writes ( Cabanac, 2016): “The growth of LibGen suggests that it has benefited from a few isolated, but massive, additions of scientific articles to its cache. For instance, 71% of the article collection was uploaded in 13 days at a rate of 100,000+ articles a day. It is likely that such massive collections of articles result from biblioleaks ( Dunn et al., 2014), but one can only speculate about this because of the undocumented source of each file cached at LibGen.” While we agree this is most likely the case, confirmation is needed that the bulk addition of articles does not simply correspond to bulk updates rather than bulk initial uploads. Elbakyan’s scientific communism mirrors the Western association between democracy and information openness. (Take the commonly used American expression “the democratization of… ”) Her intellectual convictions informed the growing vehemence with which Elbakyan insisted that absolutely unfettered access was the only acceptable level of access the public should have to discoveries. Ultimately, she concluded that in an age where scientists can publish their research “directly on the internet,” or through paywall-free Open Access journals, traditional publishers will inevitably fade into obsolescence.