Here at Cliscep we’re always pleased to signal a scientific paper even worse than the worst climate one, just to show that we’re not fighting on one front only. The lunatics have not only take over the asylum. They’re on the board of governors and running the care in the community programme, too.
Katabasis has found a snorter.
It’s about drugging you into liking refugees and reducing xenophobia by giving you a sniff of something that makes you feel good. And it’s financed by the German government.
Katabasis is a bit upset about this and won’t link to the paper, but here it is
Katabasis wonders whether it’s a Sokal-style hoax, but I’m afraid not. The lead author is too far in for that, as one can discover at
where her articles are listed. Nina is a PhD student at Bonn University medical center. She’s co-authored eight articles in three years on her magic drug, starting with exploring its effect on consumer brand relationships and working up to getting you to vote for the policies the German government favours and love Big Mutti. Before that, her single publication was a chapter in “New Perspectives on Corporate Social Responsibility.”
Besides neurobiology and behavioural neurosciences, she also has skills and expertise in environmental and corporate sustainability. Who’d have imagined?