Over on that other microblogging platform, John Baez points out how easy it is for mathematical physics crackpottery to get published in a prestigious-sounding pay-to-publish journal from an actually-prestigious publisher, Nature Scientific Reports:

In the ensuing discussion, Flavio Nogueira reports that editors rejected papers only to see them published anyway:

Should we start treating Nature as a predatory publisher?

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