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MORE ACADEMIC TOMFOOLERY IN THE NETHERLANDS: UNIVERSITY HIDES ACADEMIC FRAUD……..

 

The Tundra Tabloids reported yesterday that a Dutch social psychologist was caught publishing fraudulent reports, now yet another Dutch academic has been found publishing dubious reports, this time, a woman who has it in for meat eaters.

NOTE: This takes me back to a conversation I had in Israel many years ago, with a young woman from Australia, she was trying her hardest to convince me (and others) that her fecal matter really didn’t smell because she was a vegetarian. She was however, the first to complain about being assigned to clean the cow house, so I thought at the time (wisely) that that settles the matter.

“The beat goes on, the beat goes on
Drums keep pounding a rhythm to the brain
La de da de de, la de da de da”

From the Bad News in the Netherlands blog

University Hides Academic Fraud

The ASAP student party at the Radboud University in Nijmegen wants the university to publish the report on the investigation of the integrity of Professor Roos Vonk. Last week, Vonk was publicly censured without the report being published. She had said that people who eat meat are nastier than vegetarians.

Her statement was based on data of Professor Diederik Stapel of the University of Tilburg, who has in the meantime been fired as these and many other data were invented. Earlier this month it became known that last year, a doctoral student had been seriously warned after he had manipulated data.

More here.

9 Responses

  1. Vegetarians have to consume a lot more to get the nutrition their bodies require then non-vegetarians. This gives rise to

    1. More fecal matter which has to be disposed off.

    2. More methane gas and Carbon particulates from the fecal matter that gives rise to “CLIMATE CHANGE”

    3. Vegetarians also tend to develop more gas in the stomach, which leads to more “CLIMATE CHANGE” and anti-social fumes in society. The learned professor is now doing doing what happens soon after, looks around and says ” Its not me, the meat eater did it”

    NB: This is an abstract of a paper that I’m submitting to the Journal of Climate Chgange, vol 10, part A. All the gas data has been personally monitored.

    It has already been peer reviewed.

    1. Hahahahahahahahaha great observation DP111, the more green you are the less green you are.

  2. The most important institution in a nation is Education. Education at the highest level, ie University level sets the tone for all the rest that follows. In the last 30 years, there has been ongoing dumbing down of education at university levels. This has to be stopped if there is to be any recovery.

    The first step is to disband tomfool subjects or departments whose academics are only “qualified” to conduct research of this type.

  3. I have a suspicion that this woman is probably typical of the pseudo-intellectual comradeship that is much venerated by the left, the same group that are foolishly in alliance with Isamic propaganda groups.
    If that is the case then see how her vegetarian principles get trampled on when the Islamists gain control. I don’t think the Halal-slaughtering Mullahs would be so keen to give up their lamb kebabs in order to please this stupid woman’s sensibilities.

  4. This has been a very big story in Holland. It’s embarrassing. Science isn’t a nine to five job. Being a scientist is a way of life, it should be their passion. The standard of education is so low these days that people like Vonk and Stapel actually recieve a degree. They use their research for their policital activism. I wish this was more a topic of debate because it’s a serious problem.

  5. KGS

    Thank you.

    Have you noticed that outrageous comments, which in the past and in a saner climate, would have got a laugh, are now deemed to be hate speech or something. Even our standard of humour has thus been dumbed down.

    1. yes..I’ve noticed that, we are on the way to hard core tyranny soon enough

  6. potb wrote: Science isn’t a nine to five job. Being a scientist is a way of life, it should be their passion.

    How right you are.

    potb: The standard of education is so low these days that people like Vonk and Stapel actually recieve a degree. They use their research for their policital activism. I wish this was more a topic of debate because it’s a serious problem.

    Agreed. But who will lead the debate? Politicians? Educationists? Social Studies academics? The same old culprits that got us in this mess.

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