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  • 1. Principles and Practices of Scientific Originology™ Luis Ibanez Parallel Universe Corp. November 2 nd 2023
  • 2. WARNING
    • This document is PROTECTED by Interplanetary Copyright Laws .
    • Reproduction by any means known to man and extraterrestrial organisms, today or to be invented any time in the future are strictly prohibited without the written authorization of Parallel Universe Corp .
  • 3. Origins of Originology
    • Seminal Paper: " Innovationness and Selfreferencing in Uniqueness Autoinduction  of Unrepeatible Quadrupoles "
    • Published in “Transaction on I Said That First ”
    • An Original Journal of the (AASN) American Association of Scientific Narcissism.
  • 4. 2023 - The Year of the Mouse
    • The ultimate Cultural Achievement of Western Civilization has been saved today
    • Copyright protection has been extended!
    • Copyright markers: Plutonium 239 beads 24,116 years half-life (patent pending).
    • Radioactive Inks and DVD plastics.
  • 5. Memory-Rights™ ©
    • Exclusive Memoryrights have been granted to content producers: (M) Memoright symbol
    • Pirates were remembering books and movies and talking about them to other outlaws
    • By banning memory , content producers can now justly charge for every time you read or watch their products.
  • 6. Origins of Memoryrights™ © If nature has made any one thing less susceptible than all others of exclusive property, it is the action of the thinking power called an idea , which an individual may exclusively possess as long as he keeps it to himself ; but the moment it is divulged, it forces itself into the possession of every one , and the receiver cannot dispossess himself of it. Thomas Jefferson to Isaac McPherson, 13 Aug. 1813
  • 7. Origins of Memoryrights™ © Thomas Jefferson Ahh!! a new Idea and is all mine !! My Idea is X X X X X
  • 8. Origins of Memoryrights™ © and the receiver cannot dispossess himself of it…. Thomas Jefferson to Isaac McPherson, 13 Aug. 1813
  • 9. The Solution: Memoryrights™ © but…. what if we could … dispossess the receiver ? © 2023 Luis Ibanez, Parallel Universe Corp. Idea-Removal Apparatus (patent pending)
  • 10. The Beauty of Memoryrights™ ©
    • Idea Leasing
    • Idea Borrowing
    • Ideas for Rent
    • Idea Insurance
    • Idea Tracking
    New Business Models !!
  • 11. Read-Rights™ © © (M) (RR)
  • 12. Read-Rights™ ©
    • Exclusive Readrights (RR) have been granted to content producers ( content dealers )
    • Public Libraries have been closed to put end to intellectual promiscuity .
    • “ Reading” can now be Managed by the chips implanted in every person. Ultimate DRM s.
    • Readrights and Memoryrights fees can then be charged directly to your bank account.
  • 13. Question Mark Outlawed
    • It induced people to think…
    • Distracted them from following the original content of Memoryrighted material.
    • It enticed some people to engage in criminal “Verification” activities.
    • Increased sales of Uncritical Keyboards™
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  • 14. Critical Thinking Disorder (CTD)
    • Symptoms:
      • Unsettling Insecurity
      • Sleep Deprivation (Insomnia)
      • Compulsive Obsessive Disorders
      • Social Interaction (talking to other people)
      • Dissatisfaction with “ Managed Freedom ”
    • Effectively treated with multiple doses of: Reality-TV™©
  • 15. Ground Truth™ ©®
    • The Truth is Overrated !
    • We can find the Truth for you…
    • Ground-Truthing services flourished (ground thurth service providers GTSP)
    • Science Redefined : The practice of inventing original methods for approximating the Ground Truth™ ©®
  • 16. The Purpose of Science
    • The Purpose of Scientific Work Is to produce
    • PUBLISHED PAPERS
  • 17. Protecting Your Property (CMRPTS)
    • Integrated Intellectual Property Protection
    • To avoid confusion and loopholes a new full-scale protection is now available in a single protect-all package : (CMRPTS)
      • Copyright
      • Memoryright
      • Readright
      • Patent
      • Trade Secret
  • 18. How We Created this Bright Present
    • Obliteration of the 2010 “Openness” Uprising
    • Focusing in “ Originology ” and avoiding “ Verificationess ” paved the way to our modern wonderful way of life
    • Vaccines against “Critical Thinkingness”
  • 19. Skepticism Obsessive Disorder (SOD)
    • Antisocial Behavior
    • Repetitive Questioning
    • Issues with Accepting Authority
    • Persistent Eye Squinting
  • 20.  
  • 21.  
  • 22. J.P.A. Ioannidis (The Insurgent)
    • The greater the financial and other interests and prejudices in a scientific field, the less likely the research findings are to be true .
    • Most research findings are false for most research designs and for most fields
    • It is impossible to know with 100% certainty what the truth is in any research question.
    • The pure “gold” standard is unattainable .
  • 23. Mr. Ioannidis is now being treated in an undisclosed location He is starting to cooperate with the Publishing Truthiness Agency™
  • 24. Statisticians Rehabilitation Program
    • Criminal dissemination of Uncertainty
    • Enticing Originologist Researchers to engage in suspicious “ Verification” activities
    • Misuse of public fund in running the same experiments over and over again!
  • 25. Statisticians Rehabilitation Program Statisticians Rehabilitation Facility Patent Examiners 154,000 Statisticians Rehabilitated by 2018 At an average of 147.5 per day Exactly !
  • 26. The Axis of Evil Open Source Open Data Open Access
  • 27. How to Protect Your Property
    • Develop “Fake Open Source” (FOS™)
    • Produce “Poisoned Open Data” (POD™)
    • Support author’s (publishers) rights
    • Patent, Publish and do not Perish
  • 28. Faking Open Source (FOS™)
    • Publicize your software as “Open Source”
      • but don’t post it anywhere
      • claim that you are “cleaning up the code”
      • or that you are “testing it well before a release”
    • Use licenses with random restrictions
      • To be used only on rainy Thursdays
      • To be used only for non-commercially funded research that do not involve pink thermo plastics
    • Pretend to Distribute
      • Post versions online with missing files
      • Distribute versions that only work in your computer.
  • 29. Poisoned Open Data (POD™)
    • Post data without licenses
      • let people copy and distribute the data
      • file lawsuits for copyright infringement
    • Create Pseudo-Open Repositories
      • Open but only for friends of mine
      • While claiming them to be open when applying for public funding
    • Add random restrictions to licenses
      • Not to be used only for research in nonbinding mouse proteins related to heart disease.
  • 30. Support Publishers Monopolies (aka: “ Author’s Rights ”  )
    • Publicize the factoids
      • How hard is to reformat a PDF document after the author has already formatted it
      • How important is to repeat the editing process
      • How much peer-review improves scientific quality
    • Promote fear and disinformation by claiminig
      • Open Access is “ Government Sponsored Censorship ”
      • “ Author Pays ” model is elitist.
    • Don’t let people learn about the purpose of the
      • “ Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers”
  • 31. Indoctrinate Students With the Truthiness of “Publish or Perish”
    • “ Publish or Perish”
      • Must be used as a morning salutation
        • “ Publish or Perish Dr. Anderson !”
        • “ Publish or Perish for to too, Dr Smith”
      • Fill-up your Intellectual Production Yearly Quota
    • Promote Research on Paperness
      • Importance of “Impact Factorness”
      • Make sure that nobody learns how it is computed!
    • Emphasize the importance of Innovationness
      • New, Original, Never seen before, Unique, Unrepeatable Ideas.
  • 32. Originology Practices
  • 33. Innovationess in Journals IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging Statement of Editorial Policy IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MEDICAL IMAGING (T-MI) encourages the submission of manuscripts on imaging of body structures, usually in situ , rather than microscopic biological entities. The journal publishes original contributions on medical imaging achieved by various modalities, such as ultrasound, X-rays (including CT), magnetic resonance, radionuclides, microwaves, and light . as well as medical image processing and analysis, visualization, pattern recognition, and related methods. http://www.ieee-tmi.org/TMI/Information_for_Authors/IEEE_Edit_policy.html
  • 34. Innovationess in Journals IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging Statement of Editorial Policy The Editor-in-Chief and an Associate Editor will perform a quick review of each manuscript to evaluate the manuscript in terms of novelty , quality and appropriateness and may return the manuscript immediately if it does not meet minimum standards of quality and originality . http://www.ieee-tmi.org/TMI/Information_for_Authors/IEEE_Edit_policy.html
  • 35. Innovationess in Journals IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging Statement of Editorial Policy Communications. Short communication papers disclosing new ideas and preliminary results and manuscripts commenting critically and substantively on papers published in the TRANSACTIONS are also encouraged. http://www.ieee-tmi.org/TMI/Information_for_Authors/IEEE_Edit_policy.html
  • 36. Innovationess in Journals Medical Image Analysis - Elsevier Product Description: Medical Image Analysis provides a forum for the dissemination of new research results in the field of medical and biological image analysis, with special emphasis on efforts related to the applications of computer vision, virtual reality and robotics to biomedical imaging problems. A bi-monthly journal, it publishes the highest quality, original papers that contribute to the basic science of processing, analysing and utilizing medical and biological images for these purposes http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/620983/description#description
  • 37. Innovationess in Journals Medical Image Analysis - Elsevier Initial manuscript evaluation: The Editors first evaluate all manuscripts. It is rare, but it is entirely feasible for an exceptional manuscript to be accepted at this stage. Those rejected at this stage are insufficiently original , have serious scientific flaws, have poor grammar or English language, or are outside the aims and scope of the journal. http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/620983/description#description
  • 38. Innovationess in Journals Medical Image Analysis - Elsevier Reviewer reports: Reviewers are asked to evaluate whether the manuscript: - Is original - Is methodologically sound - Follows appropriate ethical guidelines - Has results which are clearly presented and support the conclusions - Correctly references previous relevant work http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/620983/description#description
  • 39. Innovationess in Conferences SPIE – Medical Imaging Present your work Start your year off right by presenting research at the premier medical imaging forum for reporting state-of-the-art research and development. Your innovative work in everything from imaging systems and image visualization to ultrasonic imaging and the physics of medical imaging will be presented to the people on the forefront of applied and academic research. Join the ranks of the most innovative minds in medical imaging. http://spie.org/Documents/ConferencesExhibitions/Medical-Imaging-2008-Call-for-Papers.pdf
  • 40. Publishing makes Thruthiness
    • No need to Replicate
    • No need to Reproduce
    • No need to Verify
  • 41. Repeating Experiments is for insecure Wimps !
  • 42. I can not define the Truth but I recognize it when I see it!
  • 43. The Future is Waiting for You…
  • 44.  
  • 45. Memoryright(M) Federal Regulations require that you I mmediately Forget the content of this presentation. In this way you will be able to fully enjoy this interactive experience in the future.
  • 46. END
  • 47. Credits
    • Music
      • Blue Ocean (Comatose In Action) Remix http://ccmixter.org/media/files/Sawtooth/9137 Used samples by Blue Ocean Acapella by: Colin Mutchler