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    • September 2014 (1) 5:51 April 26, 2017 ( 2017-04-26) – Nature • ↑ 1 2 Александра Элбакян. Sci-Hub | Открытый доступ к научной информации (неопр.). Sci-Hub | Открытый доступ к научной информации (9 февраля 2018). Дата обращения 9 февраля 2018. Chemical Reactions – "Don't Try This at Home" advanced search: by author, subreddit... • OpenFT Correction February 9, 12:45AM ET: This article has been corrected to give James Milne’s actual first name. It has also been updated to note that the Sci-Hub shutdown in Russia was temporary, and to note some traditional publishers have processing fees as well.

    • ^ Dalmeet Singh Chawla (3 December 2018). "Sci-Hub blocked in Russia following ruling by Moscow court". Chemistry World. Royal Society of Chemistry. Archived from the original on 15 December 2018 . Retrieved 12 December 2018. • 1 Plot This article was sourced from Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. World Heritage Encyclopedia content is assembled from numerous content providers, Open Access Publishing, and in compliance with The Fair Access to Science and Technology Research Act (FASTR), Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., Public Library of Science, The Encyclopedia of Life, Open Book Publishers (OBP), PubMed, U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health (NIH), U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, and, which sources content from all federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial government publication portals (.gov, .mil, .edu). Funding for and content contributors is made possible from the U.S. Congress, E-Government Act of 2002. • ZeroNet • 4.6.7 Giblin Eunson Library Twitter So, you’ll need an authority to decide on what votes are unbiased. Volume 5, • Pittsburgh, PA • Contact STM

    • Sentinel Data are also available via the Copernicus Data and Information Access Services (DIAS) through several platforms . • ↑ Создательница Sci-Hub закрыла сайт для России из-за «травли» — Газета. Ru | Новости • Conductivity Meters • Taglines • Pearson English Portal Según publicaba hace unas semanas The Washington Post, la 'Robin Hood de la ciencia', como llamaron algunos a Elbakyan, está siendo investigada por el Departamento de Justicia de los EE.UU. por actos de espionaje: sostienen la tesis de que trabaja en colaboración con miembros de los servicios de inteligencia rusos para robar investigaciones confidenciales y secretos militares de las universidades estadounidenses. • • Elisabeth Moss as June A: In the paper we mentioned that there are technologies coming that would allow you to host files without any central point of failure, so going forward Sci-Hub, or a service like it, could still provide access to all these papers, but there wouldn’t be any domain or one person behind it. Right now, if the servers for Sci-Hub were found they could be seized and destroyed. - • Our products def _classify( self, identifier): • RIS • Signage “Христианство — это любовь” (где-то в Библии должно быть это, поскольку это смысл её); Most of the population passes most of its time in this game, it seems. The America of 2045 is so rundown that it makes sense to cross over to an infinite digital wonderland where you can live in every film you’ve ever seen. On a first viewing, I spotted King Kong, the chest-burster from Alien, the DeLorean from Back to the Future, the Tardis from Doctor Who, the Tyrannosaurus from Spielberg’s own Jurassic Park, and about 50 other pop-culture icons. But the film invites you to rewatch it repeatedly, pausing regularly, until you’ve ticked off all the references. Each crowded frame is like a ‘Where’s Wally?’ spread for Comic-Con regulars. • Unbabies, also known as "shredders", are babies born physically deformed or with some other birth defect. They do not last, but Offred does not know or want to know what happens to them. Pregnant Handmaids fear giving birth to a damaged child, or unbaby. Gilead forbids abortion and has done away with other testing to determine prenatal health of a fetus. • Four Weddings and a Funeral (2019) • McClelland & Stewart books 3.3 J-Vcharacteristics But that certainly isn’t anything new. Oppression wasn’t breathed into existence somewhere between 1990 and 2017, when the series premiered. Hell, just a handful of years prior, critics and audiences both were much kinder to Michael Radford’s strikingly bleak adaptation of Nineteen Eighty-Four, even though George Orwell’s nightmarish portrait of the easily imagined tyrannical future was clearly a direct influence on Atwood’s novel. • E-F • Elbakyan did find a community of like-minded researchers in transhumanism, a lofty field that encompasses not just neuroscience and computer technology but also philosophy and even speculative fiction about the future of humanity. She discovered a transhumanism conference in the United States and set her heart on attending, but she struggled to get a U.S. visa. She was rejected the first time and only barely made it to the conference. With the remainder of her summer visa, she did a research internship at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. When she got back to Kazakhstan, frustration with the barriers that scientists face would soon lead her to create Sci-Hub—an awe-inspiring act of altruism or a massive criminal enterprise, depending on whom you ask. • Android Le bras de fer est toujours en cours, après une première baisse des tarifs en octobre. Depuis un an, Springer laisse son catalogue ouvert aux chercheurs français, gratuitement. Car le vent tourne, lentement, en faveur de l’ open access. Tor has an unlikely history. It was first developed by the U.S. Navy to help informants posted in foreign countries to relay information back safely. In that spirit, the CIA launched an Onion site to help people around the world access its resources securely. 8. Keybase is the cryptographic profile link system • This page was last edited on 10 June 2020, at 14:39 (UTC). • 4. Griffiths effects and quantum critical points in dirty superconductors without spin-rotation invariance: One-dimensional examples 2890 downloads • permalink • Engagement Kiosk For the motivations of a representative sample of users in the West, please type “sci-hub” into Twitter. Dozens of Western scientists and researchers, identified by name and institution, daily offer ringing endorsements and their reasons for their support in a few pithy characters. • A Free Woman (1972) British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition) Toronto, Ontario • ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Himmelstein, Daniel S; Romero, Ariel Rodriguez; Levernier, Jacob G; Munro, Thomas Anthony; McLaughlin, Stephen Reid; Greshake Tzovaras, Bastian; Greene, Casey S (2018). "Sci-Hub provides access to nearly all scholarly literature". eLife. 7. doi: 10.7554/eLife.32822. ISSN 2050-084X. PMC 5832410. PMID 29424689. • Music Glue • Me neither, which is why I didn't do that. • ^ Monbiot, George (29 August 2011). "Academic publishers make Murdoch look like a socialist | George Monbiot". the Guardian. Archived from the original on 7 March 2019 . Retrieved 10 March 2019. • Zona Coca-Cola • In conjunction with the production of Bill Nye the Science Guy, KCTS-TV conducted several research studies that evaluated how effective the program was as an educational tool. In one study, it was found that viewers of the program made more observations and sophisticated classifications than non-viewers. [2] In surveys of elementary students who watched the program, most children concluded that Nye made “kids like science more.” When surveyed whether Nye was a scientist or actor and comedian, most students asserted he was a scientist, though many said both. Students also described Nye almost equally as both “funny” and “smart,” and believed he was a "source of good information." [16] Series overview [ edit ] Season • Democratic Republic of the Congo • Articles with short description 2. Experimental Section Videojuegos • Oakland, CA Nominated • Fopnu Also, as I’ve made clear many times, I am totally opposed to Sci-Hub so I don’t need reminding of the stupidity of pro-Sci-Hub sentiments. Other News • Igor Luther • OpenNap • • share-facebook Gary Bullock • Open Knowledge International en Vidaextra lovescihub • Universidad de Friburgo • El Blog Salmón • Peer to peer RT @scihub_love [ Article occurred. The Educational • Python (continues) • The Testaments • Plot [ edit ] downloads: total number of times the article was accessed Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! Sci-Hub has been lauded by some [7] in the scientific, academic, and publishing communities [8] for providing access to knowledge generated by the scientific community. Others have criticized it for violating copyright, [3] [9] threatening the economic viability of publishers, [10] potentially compromising universities' network security and jeopardizing legitimate access to papers by university staff. [11] for elite couples that have trouble conceiving. Offred serves the • American Idol (2003) • Phone Reviews March: 45 • list • • REDDIT and the ALIEN Logo are registered trademarks of reddit inc. • ^ Oxenham, Simon (10 February 2016). "Meet the Robin Hood of Science". The Big Think, Inc. Archived from the original on 17 February 2016 . Retrieved 22 February 2016. Primaire : • March 2012 No Score Yet View photo · • Death of a U.S. Citizen Senior Information Security Officer Int phone: XXXXX • A Free Woman (1972) Performed by Fine Young Cannibals • English Skills • Social Media • Xataka Windows • 5 Series overview Science • Faye Dunaway as Serena Joy Our reputation and rankings Alexis Bledel, Madeline Brewer, Amanda Brugel, Ann Dowd, O. T. 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Via een ingenieus systeem (en een pak vrijwillige onderzoekers) zijn ondertussen al meer dan 47 miljoen (!) wetenschappelijke artikels gedownload van achter de paywall en vrijgemaakt voor iedereen. Variety Insights • ^ " READY PLAYER ONE (12A)". British Board of Film Classification. March 19, 2018. Archived from the original on March 8, 2018 . Retrieved March 23, 2018. • Minority Report (2002) October 15, 1993 (syndication) • Evaporating • Maltese • Trang web rất chuẩn cho các nhà nghiên cứu. Nhưng không biết sao không đăng ký nó lại không cho search nhỉ? • Essay • All Business Karalee Dam was constructed between 1896 and 1897, leveraging the natural catchment area to provide water for steam trains en route to Kalgoorlie. It's our featured site this # scienceSaturday check it out: http:// e-dam/ … # wheatbelt @ SCrossCRC You can rent or digitally download Ready Player One from these sites: • Best CD Rates • Contact us • Electronic sell-through Please spare a minute or two to donate as little - or as much - as you like. Men are classified into four main categories: • isoHunt Nina Kiri • Hablemos de empresas Single subject study Chevron-right Cybersécurité Il y a 2 jours F-Secure lance ID PROTECTION pour protéger vos données personnelles • Filter Tubes • ^ Till BM, Rudolfson N, Saluja S, Gnanaraj J, Samad L, Ljungman D, Shrime M (January 2019). "Who is pirating medical literature? A bibliometric review of 28 million Sci-Hub downloads". Lancet Glob Health. 7 (1): e30–e31. doi: 10.1016/S2214-109X(18)30388-7. PMID 30554757. • 2 PID In March 2017, the website had 62 million papers in its collection, [51] which were found to include 85% of the articles published in paywalled scholarly journals. [2] Although only 69% of all published articles were in the database in March 2017, it has been estimated, based on scholarly citations from articles published between 2015 and July 2017, that at least 96% of requests for paywalled articles are successful. [2] Назва Crossref-derived catalog of scholarly articles • ^ Lewis, Danny (22 August 2016). "Soon Everyone Will Be Able to Read NASA-Funded Research". Archived from the original on 25 August 2016 . Retrieved 23 August 2016. Rugby union Of all the Spielberg films of recent years - and possibly with the exception of "The BFG" - this was the film whose trailer disconcerted me the most. It really looked dire: CGI over heart; gimmicks over substance. I was right about 'The BFG", one of my least favourite Spielberg flicks. I was definitely wrong about "Ready Player One": it's a blast. The film is fun in continually throwing surprises at you, including those actors not included in the trailer and only on small print on the poster. So I won't spoil that here for you (you can of course look them up on imdb if you want to: but I suggest you try to see this one 'cold'). It's 2044, and the majority of the population have taken the next logical step of video gaming and virtual reality and retreated into their own headsets, living out their lives primarily as avatars within the fanciful landscapes of "The Oasis". You can "be" anyone and (subject to gaining the necessary credits) "do" anything there. The Oasis was the brainchild of a (Steve Wozniak-like) genius called James Halliday (played in enormous style by "Actor R") and supported by his (Steve Jobs-like) business partner Ogden Morrow ("Actor P"). The two had a big falling out leaving Halliday in total control of the Oasis. But he died, and his dying "game" was to devise a devious competition that left a trail of three virtual keys in the Oasis leading to an 'easter egg': which if found would provide the finder with total ownership of the Oasis and the trillions of dollars that it is worth. But the game is not only played by amateur "gunters" (egg-hunters) like our hero Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan, "X-Men: Apocalypse") and his in-Oasis flirting partner Samantha (Olivia Cooke, "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl"); there are big corporate game-hunters involved like IoI (that's eye-oh-eye, not one-oh-one as I assumed from the trailer) who fill warehouses with combinations of nerd-consultants and professional game players to try to find the keys before anyone else. Which hardly seems fair does it? Ruthless boss Sorrento (Ben Mendelsohn, "Rogue One") and his tough-as-nails hench-woman F'Nale Zandor (Hannah John-Kamen, "Tomb Raider") really couldn't give a toss! What follows is two-hours of high-octane game-play and eye-popping 3D (it is good in 3D by the way) that melds a baseline of "Avatar" with soupçons of "Tron", "Minority Report" and Dan Brown novels. But its a blend that works. I was afraid as I said that CGI would squash flat any hope of character development and story, and - yes - to be sure this is 'suppressed' a bit. You never get to really know many of the 'pack' members to any great level other than Wade and Samantha. And exactly what drives the corporate protagonists, other than "corporate greed", is not particularly clear. What gives the film heart though are the performances of "Actor P" and (particularly) "Actor R", who again steals every scene he is in. For their limited screen time together, the pair bounce off each other in a delightful way. I have to make a confession at this point that I spent the whole film thinking "Miles Teller is way too old for the part of Wade"! Tye Sheridan (who I think *does* bear a likeness!) is actually much more age appropriate, and is fine in the role. But the star performance for me, out of the youngsters at least, was Oldham's-own Olivia Cooke, who has a genuinely magnetic screen presence. She is most definitely a name to watch for the future. Almost unrecognizable in the role is the woman of the hour Letitia Wright ("Black Panther", "Thor: Ragnarok") as Wade's inventor friend Reb. The story, although simple and quite one-dimensional, in the main intrigues: there is nothing like a Mario-style chase for keys to entertain when it is done well (I am so old and crusty that in my day it was "Manic Miner" on a ZX-Spectrum!). And there's not just one "Easter Egg" in this film: the film is rammed to the rafters with throwbacks to classic pop-culture icons of past decades, and particularly the 80's.... the film could have been subtitled "I Heart 80's". Some of these are subliminal (Mayor Goldie Wilson anyone?), and others are more prominent but very clever: "The Zemekis cube" and "The Holy Hand Grenade" being prime examples. This is a film that deserves buying on Blu-ray and then slo-mo-ing through! The nostalgia extends to the music by Alan Silvestri, with occasional motifs from his most famous soundtrack! For me though, the highspot of the film though is a journey into a recreation of a classic '80's film which - while a scary sequence, earning for sure its 12A UK rating - is done with verve and chutzpah. Although a little overlong (2 hours 20 mins) and getting rather over-blown and LOTR-esque in the finale, the ending is very satisfying - roll on Tuesdays and Thursdays! Spielberg's recent films have been largely solid and well-constructed watches ("The Post" and "Bridge of Spies" for example) but they have been more niche than mainstream box office draws. I firmly predict that "Ready Player One" will change that: here Spielberg has a sure-fire hit on his hands and word of mouth (rather than the ho-hum trailer) should assure that. (For the graphical review, please visit or One Mann's Movies on Facebook. Thanks). • ↑ 1 2 Sci-Hub Tears Down Academia's "Illegal" Copyright Paywalls - TorrentFreak (неопр.). Дата обращения 5 октября 2015. Yet most of these research papers sit behind the paywalls of multinational publishing companies, which enjoy profit margins of 35 to 40 per cent. Then, schools like the University of Toronto and Ryerson University pay the publishers millions in fees every year to access the journals. TAFE TEACHER New Zealand Ditches Marketisation Model 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: [ reply to this | link to this | view in chronology ] • This model only exists because academic journals confer prestige on authors. Authors willingly give up rights to their own research because they believe it will help their careers. • Virtual charter schools’ consistent and persistent negative impacts (Best Evidence in Brief) Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel on which the film and TV show is based found itself winning awards galore, including the 1985 Governor General's Award and the first Arthur C Clarke Award in 1987. It was also nominated for the 1986 Nebula Award, the 1986 Booker Prize and the 1987 Prometheus Award. The story of a young girl who is forced into sex slavery by an uncaring society where female subjugation became a government policy struck a chord. Link Copied