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On 7 March 2019, following a complaint by Elsevier and Springer Nature, a French court ordered French ISPs to block access to Sci-Hub and Library Genesis. [32] [33] However, the court order did not affect the academic network Renater, through which most French academic access to Sci-Hub presumably goes. [34] Belgium [ edit ] • (global) Space Rip: “Are There Other Earths?” • Orders Login var nextTick=require(11).nextTick,apply=Function.prototype.apply,slice=Array.prototype.slice,immediateIds={},nextImmediateId=0;function Timeout(e,t){this._id=e,this._clearFn=t}exports.setTimeout=function(){return new Timeout(,window,arguments),clearTimeout)},exports.setInterval=function(){return new Timeout(,window,arguments),clearInterval)},exports.clearTimeout=exports.clearInterval=function(e){e.close()},Timeout.prototype.unref=Timeout.prototype.ref=function(){},Timeout.prototype.close=function(){,this._id)},exports.enroll=function(e,t){clearTimeout(e._idleTimeoutId),e._idleTimeout=t},exports.unenroll=function(e){clearTimeout(e._idleTimeoutId),e._idleTimeout=-1},{clearTimeout(e._idleTimeoutId);var t=e._idleTimeout;t>=0&&(e._idleTimeoutId=setTimeout(function(){e._onTimeout&&e._onTimeout()},t))},exports.setImmediate="function"==typeof setImmediate?setImmediate:function(e){var t=nextImmediateId++,i=!(arguments.length<2)&&,1);return immediateIds[t]=!0,nextTick(function(){immediateIds[t]&&(i?e.apply(null,i),exports.clearImmediate(t))}),t},exports.clearImmediate="function"==typeof clearImmediate?clearImmediate:function(e){delete immediateIds[e]}; The process is quite alarming – we’re seeing a sustained password guessing attack on our password management system. It’s coming from a Tencent cloud server (XXX.51.XXX.220) which we’ve now locked. The guessing rate was quite low but still successful, so I suspect it’s testing a list of users/passwords gathered from elsewhere. • Abstract Kelly Lawler of USA Today gave it a positive review, scoring it three out of four stars. She claimed it is an improvement over the second season, "that rights many – though definitely not all – of Season 2's wrongs." Overall, she wrote, "The new season is more propulsive and watchable, although it doesn't quite reach the heights of that first moving season. But Handmaid's regains its footing by setting off on a new path". [89]

• Peer Review • Say Anything...: Art3mis also mentions that the movie was playing on the weekend that Halliday and Karen went on their single date. Parzival is seen holding the boombox from the film, causing it to play music during the battle. The transition to open access: The state of the market, offsetting deals, and a demonstrated model for fair open access with the open library of humanities Megan Farokhmanesh: I guess my question then is: is there any payoff that would make it all worth it? The Handmaid’s Tale, as a book, as a contained single season experience, uses those hard moments to demonstrate what Devon mentioned above. It’s a movement that, in the future, serves as a history lesson, a teaching moment on mistakes to not be repeated. But with season 1 relying so heavily on the book’s material, we’re heading into uncharted territory with season 2. The show’s creators have carte blanche to play in the nightmare world Atwood created. How do they match the pace and intensity they’ve set? How do they balance meaningful stakes with reward when so much has already been lost? “An exhilerating, unpredictable trip…Part Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and part The Da Vinci Code with a healthy dose of Tron.” —Asbury Park Press • BitTorrent • P Deschamps Bratislava New If in English, I am sure your article is on Sci-Hub / Libgen. Start by searching the title on the Libgen servers rather than Sci-Hub's. On Sci-Hub, the search by DOI/PMID works much better, but many DOI/PMID are simply wrong. All DOIs starts by 10. (not http). Search the exact title on Crossref (search metadata) and Pubmed and use those correct DOI/PMID in Sci-Hub (sometimes you get both a DOI and a PMID and only one works). When you get 'bad gateway' to your request, sometimes, just try again. • ^ "European countries demand that publicly funded research should be free to all". The Economist. 15 September 2018 . Retrieved 13 September 2018. And the consolidation, the lack of competition, means publishers can get away with charging very high prices. ECDC COVID-19 overview and updates World Health Organization Einsichten eines Wissenschaftsnarren (7):

How much? Exact estimates are hard to come by. Research by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) suggests that the cost of libraries’ subscriptions to journals only increased by 9 percent between 1990 and 2013. But as Library Journal’s annual survey pointed out, there was a change in ARL’s data collection. That estimate, Library Journal said, “flies in the face of reality.” Library Journal’s records showed that a year’s subscription to a chemistry journal in the US ran, on average, for $4,773; the cheapest subscriptions were to general science journals, which only cost $1,556 per year. Those prices make these journals inaccessible to most people without institutional access — and they’re increasingly difficult for institutions to finance as well. “Those who [have] been involved with purchasing serials in the last 20 years know that serial prices represent the largest inflationary factor for library budgets,” the Library Journal report says. View photo · “I do not endorse illegal means for providing Open Access,” says Harvard’s Peter Suber. “For most of Sci-Hub’s existence, I went out of my way to dissociate myself from it because it gave Open Access a bad name.” However, Suber says, Sci-Hub isn’t going anywhere. Elbakyan agrees. She has spare domains. She’s backed up her repository of articles. According to her, even if ACS pressures search engines to black out search results, it won’t matter: only 25 percent of Sci-Hub referrals come via search engines anyway. • How can the skeleton of a dinosaur remain intact after millions of years? All the best , You couldn't call Parzival's decision to drive a 1982 DeLorean DMC-12 an "Easter Egg" per se, since his affection for the Back to the Future and its iconic time machine is never really intended to be missed (such is the success of that original trilogy). And the movie's animators deserve extra credit for making the movie's DeLorean move exactly the same as it did in its most famous movie role. But the best Easter Egg is inside the car. Laura wrote: "Twilight as a must read for MIDDLE SCHOOLERS?? That's 11 to 14 year olds....are we sure about that?" Next, we explored article coverage according to journal attributes ( Figure 4). Sci-Hub covered 83.1% of the 56,755,671 articles that were attributable to a journal. Articles from inactive journals had slightly lower coverage than active journals (77.3% versus 84.1%). Strikingly, coverage was substantially higher for articles from toll rather than open access journals (85.1% versus 48.3%). Coverage did vary by subject area, with the highest coverage in chemistry at 93.0% and the lowest coverage in computer science at 76.3%. Accordingly, no discipline had coverage below 75%. See Figure 4—figure supplement 1 for coverage according to a journal’s country of publication. • Where My Ladies at? There are girls in his universe. Wade’s best friend has a white male avatar but is secretly a black lesbian, a revelation to which Wade reacts by deciding that it does not matter because he doesn’t even see people’s race, gender, or sexuality. It’s a passage that reads remarkably like the “ I don’t care if you’re black, white, green, or purple” speech, and that carries the same basic problem: Wade should care that his best friend is a black lesbian because those are important facts about his best friend’s life. But in this world, they’re unimportant, because only things that affect straight white dudes really matter. • Premium Editing Plus • September 2016 • December 2016

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Tor. Download it here. Open up Tor Browser and go to any of the scihub links above or this special Tor-only Sci-Hub link: https://scihub22266oqcxt.onion • [WEB PAGE] Wheelchair User Pro Tips That Will Make Life Easier – Rehab Managment Unpaywall Time: 2020-06-11T05:00:43Z • April 2017 EDIT (11/30/2011): since the question now allows multiple entries, I'll regale you with the awesome classics (in my mind, anyway) of the 90s. “My nakedness is strange to me already. My body seems outdated.” P.63 "If you're saying, 'Here's a site that lets you get a bunch of illegal, infringing materials for free, I really recommend you go here.' That's when you're encouraging people to infringe copyright," said Stoltz. "Providing the link in a way that doesn't show a preference is ok. And that's really important. The papers on Sci-Hub are not contraband. It's not like child pornography that is illegal to possess." • The narrative power of “abolish the police” A decade ago, Elisabeth Moss began co-starring in “Mad Men,” which among other things was about how women were objectified and subjugated — in the past, the 1960s, the bad old days. • Help Centre The source code data analysis and interactive browser associated with this study are available at the following GitHub repositories: (copy archived at (copy archived at (copy archived at (copy archived at (copy archived at (copy archived at File sharing • The Genome Scientist • 2.3 Discontinuation • Putlocker Nationality & citizenship • Transmission • Himmelstein D, McLaughlin S. 2017. A user-friendly extract of the LibGen scimag metadata SQL dump on 2017-04-07. Figshare. [ CrossRef] “Enchanting . . . Willy Wonka meets The Matrix.”— USA Today • “As one adventure leads expertly to the next, time simply evaporates.”— Entertainment Weekly • 2.2.1 Cobbler Nevada, LLC v. 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The inverted model shows conducting and moderately chargeable zone as a weathered cover shallow aquifers up to 20 m depth. However, for depths more than 20 m, the lithology is broadly resistive with few conductors of small dimensions surrounding it. These are distinguished on the basis of chargeability variations from low (6mV/V) to high (90 mV/V) indicating distinct geological features such as massive sulfide, QPC/quartz vein with disseminated sulfide gold, greenstone schist, and dolerite dike/Proterozoic gabbro anorthosite mass. The future scout drilling program has been concentrated on the identified zones of sulfide mineralization • Western institutions such as Harvard and Cornell have had to cut down their access to publications due to ever-increasing subscription costs, potentially causing some of the highest use of SciHub to be in American cities with well-known universities. • Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License ; • • Under the video, click the “Channel” icon, then tap “subscribe” • Browse Jobs Open Learning Help Thank you. We will forward your request to your library as soon as possible. Jkbose 10th Result 2018 Roll No Wise • save • June 2008 France About Youtuber Science and Fun! ExperimentBoy, embodied by Baptiste Mortier-Dumont, will make you love science and discoveries, usually in a way Spectacular! Sure, sci-hub might be stealing credentials. 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