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"... we discovered that some papers were highly cited because there was a flaw in them! A lot of papers identified the error in the paper, but it was still listed as a citation! That's one of the reasons I insist that a high number of citations is not a proof of excellent scientific quality"
- Professor , University of Oslo
phys.org/news/2020-02-scientis

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