Joined: Sep. 2006
|At his discretion, the Editor-in-Chief can reject sponsorship of a peer for any reason, including inappropriate conflict of interest perceived or real.|
With no apologies to Behe, if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it also ducks like a quack.
|The Editor-in-Chief can, at his discretion, solicit additional outside review of a paper outside of his field of expertise. In all matters of publication, the decision of the Editor-in-Chief is final and binding.|
Who edits the Editor-in-Chief, or can't we ask?
What's outside the outside review solicited outside of his field of expertise? (Moreover, what the hell is his expertise?) What came before this big slang? Are these unfair questions?
Which came first: the shimmy, or the hip?
AtBC Poet Laureate
"I happen to think that this prerequisite criterion of empirical evidence is itself not empirical." - Clive
"Damn you. This means a trip to the library. Again." -- fnxtr