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Part XXXIII: The Fangangsters (III): Shu-Kun Lin and His Predatory MDPI Journals (18211 查看)

January 19, 2014 07:24PM
Shamelessness Shouldn’t Be Anyone’s Nature──An Open Letter to Nature (Part XXXIII)

Xin Ge, Ph. D.

Columbia, SC, USA

The Fangangsters (III): Shu-Kun Lin and His Predatory MDPI Journals

【Please Note: MDPI issued a statement on this article on Jan. 22, 2014,and I issued A Statement on MDPI’s Statement on Jan. 24, 2014.】


1. An Academic Fraud Doyen
2. A Predatory Businessman
3. An Evil Business Partnership
4. A Pseudoscience Publisher
5. Global Public Trial against MDPI

In the past week, Dr. Shu-Kun Lin (or Lin Shu-kun), the president of Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), suddenly became well-known in China, for the sole reason of his close association with the infamous and fraudulent “fraud fighter” Fang Zhouzi. Since 2012, Lin, in the name of MDPI, has been giving Fang, through his website New Threads, 10,000 Swiss francs per year for a so-called New Threads Scientific Spirit Prize[1]. The inaugural Prize went to Mr. He Zuoxiu[1,2], arguably the most despicable and evil “scientist” in China[3,4]; and the second one, issued on Jan. 12, 2014, went to Fang’s buddy and equally controversial public figure, Dr. Rao Yi[5], who gained his infamy by publicly renouncing his U. S. citizenship in 2009, but keeping secretly using his U. S. passport as late as August 2011──Meanwhile, he was pretending to be a Chinese citizen trying to gain a prestigious membership in the Chinese Academy of Sciences[3].

An evil alliance and its bogus prize
Shu-kun Lin (left), the President of Swiss open access publisher MDPI, gave 10,000 Swiss francs per year to Fang Zhouzi (second from left), a permanent resident of the U. S., the most fraudulent public figure in China, and the actual owner of the slanderous website New Threads which is located in the United States but targets Chinese in mainland China, to award two of the most controversial scientists in China, He Zuoxiu (third from left), and Rao Yi (right), for the sole reason of their supporting for Fang’s evildoings.

A major sponsor of the New Threads
Since January 2013, MDPI has been one of the top four sponsors of the New Threads. The above picture is the screenshot of the homepage of the New Threads, MDPI’s ad is highlighted with a red box.

The question is: why would Dr. Lin befriend with Fang, and associate his MDPI with the New Threads?

1. An Academic Fraud Doyen

According to his CV posted on MDPI website, Lin received his B. S. from Wuhan University in 1982, his M. S. from Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, in 1985, and his Ph. D. from Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in 1992. Lin also studied at the University of Louisville in the United States from 1987 to 1989[6].

Lin’s earliest appearance on the New Threads was on Feb. 4, 2002, when his article Plagiarism, Multiple Submissions, and Fragmentations was published by Fang as one of the Newly Arrived[7]. One day later, Fang published Lin’s another article, Data Fabrication in Academic Research[8]. In both articles, Lin mentioned his journal Molecules, obviously trying to promote himself in the name of anti-fraud.

Lin’s first tenure track on the New Threads derailed a few months later. On June 1, 2002, Fang published Lin’s 4th article on the New Threads, Second Discussion on the Translation Problem about BIT[9]. Trying to promote himself again, Lin wrote:

“Almost all the pseudosciences want to use the concept ‘information’ (those readers who are interested in ‘information’ and related concepts, please read my webpage [www.mdpi.org]).”[10]

Lin’s stupidity revealed in the article drew the attention, as he desired, from the readers of the New Threads. One “epeiusian,” who was banned by Fang one year later for his criticism against He Zuoxiu, made several blunt and negative comments on Lin, as well as his article[11]. Then came another user sd237, who posted two comments in English[12]:

“Lin is a chemist. he was kicked out in 1989 by U Lousiville for stealing data.”

“he published a paper with his boss with data stolen from mainland china.”

Lin Shu-kun was exposed as a cheater/thief on the forum of the New Threads as early as 2002, but Fang Zhouzi, the so called “China’s fraud buster,” has never busted him yet. Rather, they formed a tightly bound ally.

From that very moment, Lin disappeared from the New Threads altogether for exactly 50 months.

In 2006, Fang’s fight against Dr. Xiao Chuanguo, a urologist who invented a surgical procedure to solve the problem of bladder and bowel function in the patients with dysfunctional Central nervous system, intensified to white-hot: A court in Wuhan, where Dr. Xiao sued Fang, ordered Fang to pay Xiao 30,000 RMB for his reputational damage. Fang refused, and he is still refusing, to obey the court order. Instead, Fang formed a fund, the Organization for Scientific & Academic Integrity in China (OSAIC), to collect money, and plotted an open letter to counter the judgment[13].

It was at this critical moment when Lin jumped out again, showing his unreserved support for Fang: he was the first person who made a contribution to Fang’s money laundering fund[14]; and he was the first person with a real identity known to public who signed Fang’s open letter[15]. A few months later, Lin even wrote an article, which was published by Fang on his New Threads, to teach Fang’s followers how to give money to Fang while keeping their wives in dark, and he made a promise that he would donate $500 per month to Fang’s fund[16].

The funny thing is, even though Lin showed up as Fang’s top fighting dog in 2006, that sd237 still remembered his dirty history. He confronted Lin face to face:

“A long, long time ago, when Dr. Lin was a graduate student in the Chemistry Department at the University of Louisville, he stole the data from his former employer, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, to write a paper and published it along with his American boss. After being exposed, he had to go to Switzerland. Among mainland Chinese scholars, Dr. Lin could be counted as a doyen of academic frauds.”[17]

Lin didn’t refute the accusation directly. Rather, he responded to it in a weird way:

“What you mean is that [since] everyone is a bad guy, so let’s do academic fabrication and academic corruption together; not oppose academic fabrication and academic corruption, right? Now I am even more sympathizing and admiring Fang Zhouzi. I’ll keep doing my best to support Fang Zhouzi.”[18]

In other words, Lin admitted that he did commit fraud in 1980s, and he was indeed kicked out by the University of Louisville.

Besides the old shameful records, Lin’s new frauds were exposed on the forum of the New Threads, repeatedly: it was found that Lin pretended to be the editor-in-chief of the Molecules, and a full-time professor at the Ocean University of China[19]. Obviously because of these facts, some people urged Fang to keep a distance from Lin:

“Old Fang had better stay away from a person like Lin Shu-kun. It will only make real scientists look down [on you] by letting such a person mix in. If you want to bust academic fraud, Lin Shu-kun is nevertheless a really good target. Of course, the real question is whether it is worth doing.”[20]

Of course Fang won’t keep away from, let alone bust, Lin. On the contrary, Fang supported, or more precisely, protected, Lin wholeheartedly: unlike on the forum of the New Threads where Lin was a frequent target of criticism and ridicule, in the Newly Arrived of the New Threads, which has been controlled solely by Fang since its beginning in 1998, every item about Lin is positive[21]. As a matter of fact, on December 4, 2009, Fang published on his New Threads one of Lin’s recruitment advertisements for his Beijing office[22], which provoked some criticisms on its forum[23].

In sum, by paying his due and selling his soul, Dr. Lin not only bought his exemption from Fang’s fraudulent “fraud busting,” he also received Fang’s cooperation. However, it is really unfortunate of Lin that during the last few years, Fang’s own frauds, as well as the frauds committed by his associates, have been scrutinized by countless voluntary “fraud busters” all over the world. Lin’s hard earned immunity from Fang’s fraud busting turned to his heaviest liability. That’s why Lin has been doing everything he can to prevent Fang’s downfall.

2. A Predatory Businessman

Although it is easy to conceive the reason for Fang’s protection of Lin, it took several years to reveal Lin’s true intention for throwing himself into Fang’s lap.

Lin made his fortune by riding the wave of open access publishing, and his business plan is very simple: publishing as many academic-like papers in his journals as he can, letting his journals be read by as many readers as possible, and collecting as much money from the authors as they are willing to pay. As Mr. Jeffrey Beall of the University of Colorado, who monitors and studies the open access publishing business, said:

“The gold open-access model has given rise to a great many new online publishers. Many of these publishers are corrupt and exist only to make money off the author processing charges that are billed to authors upon acceptance of their scientific manuscripts.”[24]

According to Lin’s own story, MDPI was started as Molecular Diversity Preservation International in 1996, and it was changed to a completely different entity in 2010 (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute) but deliberately maintained the same anonym (MDPI AG)[25]. However, the real turning point of the business venture occurred in 2006, when the editorial board of Entropy, one of the earliest MDPI publications, resigned, due to “a dispute” about money, and Lin appointed himself as the editor-in-chief of the journal[26]. Since then, MDPI has decided that “all authors are paying publication fees.” It was under such a background that Lin tried to re-establish his tie with Fang, because Lin knew from the very beginning that his business has to rely upon China’s market, so he had to prevent Fang from spoiling his scheme. Also, Lin might have hoped that he could ensnare some prey, the authors who are willing to pay the “publication fees,” among the New Threads users.

In 2008, Lin made two major moves: he let his brother Sen Lin purchase the domain www.mdpi.com which would be the place to host all the MDPI publications[25], and opened a daughter company in Beijing, Doubu (Beijing) Technology Service Company, with a registered capital of whopping 30,000 RMB (about $4500 USD)[27]. According to a commercial ad posted in September 2013, MDPI’s Beijing Office had more than 70 employees, and 7 of them having their doctoral degrees[28]. Since 2008, Dr. Lin has initiated about 10 dozens of new journals, covering literally everything, from Actuators to Water[29]. And as expected, almost every MDPI journal has at least one editor located in China, apparently taking advantage of the relatively cheap labor: according to an ad, Lin pays college graduates 2000-4000 RMB, about 300-700 USD, per month[30]. In 2012 alone, MDPI published 7,049 papers, with an average cost to author about 900 Swiss francs per paper[31]. No wonder Lin bragged to me in 2012 that as long as he is alive, Fang won’t fall, because rich man Shu-kun Lin was able to support Fang’s entire family to live comfortably[32].

Knowledge explosion or garbage contraption?
The numbers of publications initiated by MDPI in each year. The number for 2014 is only for the first half month of January. (The data is collected from MDPI’s website[29].)

3. An Evil Business Partnership

As mentioned above, it was Lin’s calculated move to join hands with Fang first in 2002, then in 2006. Besides receiving “fraud protection” and “free advertisement” from Fang for exchange, Lin basically turned Fang into his hit man: specialized to hit his business competitors.

In May 2011, Fang published an article by a person called himself Su Liwen, entitled Please Be Aware of a Pheasant Foreign Language Journal Website[33]. In contemporary Chinese, “pheasant” (野鸡) means a lot of things, but none of them are good. In the context of Su’s article, it means fake or fraudulent. It turned out that the attacked website belongs to Scientific Research Publishing (SCIRP: [www.scirp.org]), an open access publisher established by Dr. Zhou Huaibei, a professor at Wuhan University. The funny thing is, at the end of the article, the author wrote:

“There are some such publishers in foreign countries, such as in America and Canada, they are all run by Chinese, and completely for the purpose of taking advantage of mainland Chinese people.”[34]

It is unclear whether Su’s omission of “such publishers” in Europe, or the one in Switzerland in particular, was deliberate or not. However, it is clear that Fang’s purpose of publishing such an article was to help Lin and his MDPI, because Fang, in 2004, published one of Dr. Zhou’s speech scripts on the New Threads, about his experience in returning to China from America[35]. The fact that Zhou’s article ranked second among the 12 articles published on that day, right behind Fang’s own article but in front of the article written by He Zuoxiu, Fang’s strongest backer, indicates Fang’s unambiguous approval of the content. Furthermore, on August 30, 2006, the same day Xinmin Weekly published a report in which Dr. Zhou was introduced as a positive example to contrast other greedy million-yuan-salary college deans in China’s universities, Fang published the report on his website[36]. Therefore, Fang’s sudden change of mind on Dr. Zhou in 2011 must be motivated by his connection to Dr. Lin, otherwise, he should have attacked Dr. Lin for the exactly the same reason he attacked Dr. Zhou.

A tale of two publishers
Both Lin Shu-kun (left) and Zhou Huaibei (right) are open access publishers, doing business in the same way. Lin received full protection, plus promotion, from Fang Zhouzi, but Zhou was attacked by Fang repeatedly. The only obvious reason for the different treatments is that Lin paid his due to Fang, while Zhou didn’t.

The fact is, in May 2011 alone, Fang published 3 more articles attacking Dr. Zhou and his SCIRP, and in 2012, he even published an article formally reporting, to himself, Zhou’s supposed fraud: “suspect of collecting huge amount properties through publishing pheasant ‘international’ academic journals and hosting a large number of pheasant ‘international’ academic conferences.”[37]

The most funny thing is, Dr. Sun Wenjun, a professor at Harbin Institute of Technology, and arguably the second in command in Fang’s Science Nazi Army, has filled his resume with the papers published in the “pheasant ‘international’ academic conferences” hosted by Dr. Zhou[38].

The question is: except for Lin’s nominal support for him, does Fang receive anything else from Lin to compensate his effort? The answer is a big Yes.

Ever since Fang appeared on the big stage of anti-fraud in China at the beginning of 21st century, many people, including his closest friends, have been wondering how Fang supports his own living. At first Fang said that he had patent royalties and an online bookstore; then, by 2011, he said that his entire income was from his writing:

“My income is mainly from book royalties and payments to my published articles.”[39]

“I write some articles for newspapers, write books, most of them are about science popularization, and they are my income source, which is more than enough for me to live.”[40]

However, it has been rumored for a rather long time that Fang collect money from his “fraud busting” business. For example, in 2010, it was reported that Fang demanded 10 million RMB from Mr. Tang Jun, an ex-president of Microsoft China Co., Ltd.[41]. In 2012, Fang was accused of receiving payment from Baidu, an internet search engine company, for his ferocious attack on Qihoo 360, another internet search engine company[42]. In 2013, it was rumored again that Fang received 400,000 RMB payment from Ms. Sun Wei’s family, for his effort to clean Ms. Sun Wei’s name, who was the sole suspect in the case of poisoning Ms. Zhu Ling with thallium[43].

Although Fang vehemently denies all these allegations, it was revealed just recently that Fang does own huge amount of wealth with unidentified sources. In November 2012, Ms. Lu Yanling posted on her microblog the following news:

“A few days ago, I was told by my classmate that Fang Zhouzi had applied for a loan of more than 10 million RMB from a bank in Shanghai, and guaranteed by his real estate in Shanghai. At the beginning the bank didn’t approve the loan, however, after finding the applicant was Fang Zhouzi, they approve it.”[44]

And just in this month, it was confirmed that Fang, along with his wife Liu Juhua, purchased a house in southern California with $670,000 cash, in October 2013[45]. Even though being accused of collecting “black money,” Fang still refuse to reveal the sources of his income[46].

The Deed
Fang purchased a house in the U. S. and gave the house to his wife Liu Juhua.

There is no direct evidence showing that Lin Shu-kun has contributed to Fang’s wealth. However, circumstantial evidences do indicate that was the case, because the $500 monthly donations to OSAIC Lin promised in November 2006 have never showed up on the fund’s website[47]. Everyone knows that serious consequences are inevitable if Fang is fooled. Lin, on the other hand, not only hasn’t been punished by Fang, he has received Fang’s full protection and promotion. It is safe to say that Fang has been compensated by Lin, in one way or another. Also, as mentioned above, Lin does want to give financial support to Fang’s living[32].

4. A Pseudoscience Publisher

Lin’s MDPI headquarters in Switzerland has only about a half dozen of employees, but its branches in China, Beijing and Wuhan, have more than 100 people[48]. The fact alone indicates the importance of China’s market to Lin’s business. As a matter of fact, China is the perfect place for open access publishing in general, and for Lin’s MDPI in particular.

MDPI headquarters at Klybeckstrasse 64, 4057 Basel, Switzerland

Ever since late 1980s, initiated by Nanjing University, publication in “international journals,” which generally mean journals either published outside of China or in English, or both, has become a necessary requirement for a member of Chinese academic community to be promoted. In nowadays in China, publish or perish is the rule of law, recognized by commoners, and enforced by the rulers[49], money is not an issue. Just think about China’s world number one Ph.D. production, and hundreds and thousands of Master’s degrees are awarded each year. Almost all of these degree recipients need to publish to get their degrees, and what it means to Dr. Lin’s MDPI is so obvious.

Admittedly, open access publishing is a legitimate business, however, the generally acknowledged problem is that it hurts, rather than benefits, scholarship, simply because the business owners have only one thing in their mind, money[50]. And MDPI is a vivid proof to such a belief.

In April 2011, a paper entitled The Australian Paradox was published in one of MDPI’s journal, Nutrients. The paper has been so influential since its publication that a veteran economist, Rory Robertson, built a website to blast it. Here is a paragraph in one of his articles:

“Now, the supposedly ‘peer-reviewed’ paper was self-published in a ‘Special Issue’ of Nutrients, with lead author Professor Brand-Miller wearing a second important hat as the ‘Guest Editor’ of the publishing journal. That’s cosy. Too bad about credible quality control.”[51]

The story got funnier when another MDPI’s journal, Publications, decided to publish a Special Issue on "Misconduct in Scientific Publishing," and asking Dr. R. Grant Steen, a medical communications consultant, to be its “Guest Editor.” Here is Rory Robertson’s advice to Dr. R. Grant Steen:

“I hope you will not be publishing any of your work in the ‘Special Issue’ of which you are ‘Guest Editor’. That would be a mistake.

“There is a certain irony about an MDPI special issue on scientific misconduct. Or does the MDPI’s business model involve the publication of faulty papers for a fee, and then charging another fee to publish further papers about the faulty papers?

“That is, my main experience of a ‘Special Issue’ of the MDPI publication ‘Nutrients’ is that it had little or no competent quality control, and that resulted in the publication of the clownish Australian Paradox paper: ……”[52]

In December 2011, a paper entitled Theory of the Origin, Evolution, and Nature of Life was published by a MDPI journal, Life. Almost immediately, the paper and its publication were questioned, or more precisely, scolded: “How the craziest f#@!ing ‘theory of everything’ got published and promoted.”[53]

In April 2013, MDPI’s Entropy published a paper by an “Independent Scientist and Consultant” and a research scientist in the “Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory” at MIT, about glyphosate, “the active ingredient in Roundup®”. Here is the last sentence of its abstract:

“We explain the documented effects of glyphosate and its ability to induce disease, and we show that glyphosate is the ‘textbook example’ of exogenous semiotic entropy: the disruption of homeostasis by environmental toxins.”[54]

Since the beginning of the 21st century, Fang has been the number one GMO promoter in China, and apparently for that reason he was awarded the inaugural John Maddox Prize by a tiny British firm[55]. And since 2005, Fang has been strongly advocating the safeness of glyphosate, saying, for example, that it has no [negative] effect on human body at all[56], or it is safer to human than salt[57]. Therefore, it is really weird that Fang hasn’t attacked the paper, as well as its authors, yet, even though his comrades in the U. S. started the fight almost immediately after its publication:

“The paper is by two authors with dubious credentials and is such a mashup of pseudoscience and gibberish that actual scientists have been unable to make sense of it. As one of them also noted, the paper is published in a ‘low-tier pay-for-play journal.’”[58]

“This paper is a tissue of assertions and allegations, a tendentious brief for the prosecution that never should have been published in such a form in any scientific journal. Ah, but it's published in the online journal Entropy, from the MDPI people. And what on earth does this subject have to do with entropy, you may well ask?”[59]

Except for the reason that the paper was published by Lin’s MDPI, I could not think of any other reasons why Fang would want to give up such an excellent opportunity to attack the anti-GMO people, and he does attack these people constantly, with or without opportunities.

5. Global Public Trial against MDPI

Mr. Jeffrey Beall invented a term “predatory open access,” and he maintains Beall's List of Potential, possible, or probable predatory scholarly open-access publishers. Unfortunately, MDPI has not made the list yet. However, MDPI has drawn Mr. Jeffrey Beall’s attention:

“MDPI is not included on my list of predatory publishers. However, I do regularly receive email inquiries about it, an indication that some find its practices suspicious.”[60]

According to Wikipedia[61], predatory publishing has the following six characteristics:

1. Accepting articles quickly with little or no peer review or quality control, including hoax and nonsensical papers;
2. Notifying academics of article fees only after papers are accepted;
3. Aggressively campaigning for academics to submit articles or serve on editorial boards;
4. Listing academics as members of editorial boards without their permission, and not allowing academics to resign from editorial boards;
5. Appointing fake academics to editorial boards;
6. Mimicking the name or web site style of more established journals.

And it seems that MDPI has almost all of these characteristics[62].

On January 15, 2014, 3 days after Fang announced the second New Threads Scientific Spirit Prize winner, an internet user who called himself “Independent Investigator” posted an article on the internet, entitled Global Public Trial against MDPI, and the following is its abstract:

“Lin Shu-kun, the person in charge of MDPI, the exclusive sponsor of the ‘New Threads Scientific Spirit Prize,’ personally invited a low-end scholar to be a nominal editor, personally asked for submission of manuscript, and arranged to revise the manuscript. [He] claims [that MDPI] is an international organization, but in fact [it is] a local low-life. The peer-review system in MDPI exists in name only, and the editors with a conscience have left them one after another. They do not safeguard the quality of the papers, they lure submissions by spam emails, and they work exclusively for money. Be warned, Chinese academic community: Keep away from the MDPI fraudsters headed by Lin Shu-kun and represented by Fang Zhouzi.”[63]

The article was reposted by Mr. Cui Yongyuan, one of the best known public figures in China, on his microblog, and read by more than three quarters of a million people[64]. Fang, who has been fighting against Mr. Cui since September 2013, first on the GMO issues, but soon getting personal, like all of his previous fights, immediately responded by defending MDPI and calling for group lawsuits against Mr. Cui:

“Because the Swiss company MDPI sponsored New Threads Scientific Spirit Prize, Cui Yongyuan made use of an anonymous mouth to ‘put MDPI on global public trial,’ slandering MDPI as ‘the fraudsters headed by Lin Shu-kun,’ defaming a publishing company with 19 journals cited by SCIE, and multiple Nobel laureates as their editors. It seems that Cui Yongyuan even wants to provoke a transnational lawsuit. Other people slandered by Cui Yongyuan should sue Cui Yongyuan, making him the CPPCC member with the most lawsuits.”[65]

The fact is, Fang had already conducted “flesh search” on the identity of that “Independent Investigator” four months earlier, first identified him as Zhou Wei in Shenzhen[66], one day later he changed his identity to Zhang Shenghua of Huawei Company[67]. However, Fang was either unsure of his “flesh search” technique, or thought that Cui Yongyuan was a better target to fight against, so he hid his results, and instigated his followers to sue Mr. Cui. As of today, neither Dr. Lin nor other people have responded to Fang’s call yet.[Note: at least two Nobel laureates, Steven Weinberg and Richard R. Ernst, have denied their editorship with MDPI journals[68].]

The best and the worst
The fight between ex-CCTV talk show host Mr. Cui Yongyuan (left) and professional “fighter” Fang Zhouzi has been national news.

The key information dug out by the “Independent Investigator” is a file documenting how Lin recruited one of his editors[69]. Briefly, the file contains six email messages between Dr. Lin and Dr. Chen Bihong, a lecturer in the Department of Mathematics in the College of Mathematics and Computational Science at Shenzhen University. In 2008, Lin wanted Chen to be an editor for his journal Sensors, and also wanted Chen to submit a lengthy English paper to the journal. Apparently unaware of either Dr. Lin or the journal, and not confident about himself, Dr. Chen was hesitating to accept both invitations. Dr. Lin then promised Chen that he doesn’t need to do a thing to be the editor, and he even coached Dr. Chen how to write that English paper.

The birth of an MDPI journal editor
Dr. Chen Bihong has been one of many “Editorial Board” members for the journal Sensors since 2008, and he apparently hasn’t reviewed a single manuscript yet. Please note that the official English name of his affiliation is “The College of Mathematics and Computational Science,” not “School of Mathematics and Computing Science” as shown on MDPI website, written by MDPI President Lin Shu-kun.

I’m using the entire document, translated into English by me, to end this letter.

E-mail 1: From Lin Shu-kun to Zhang Wenjun, the Dean of the College of Mathematics and Computational Science at Shenzhen University[70]

Date: 2008/3/29(Saturday), 3:10:48 pm
From: Dr. Shu-Kun Lin <lin@mdpi.org>
To: zwj@szu.edu.cn
CC: math@szu.edu.cn; wangxue <wangxue@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn>
Sub: Sensors invites Dr. Chen Bihong to be its editor. Invite submission.

Hello, Dr. Zhang:

As the publisher of Sensors and the person in charge of its editorial board, I invite, through you, Dr. Chen Bihong of the Department of Mathematics in the School of Mathematics and Computing Science at Shenzhen University to be an editor of our journal. I could not find Dr. Chen Bihong’s email address, so I have to bother you also to forward the following invitation for submission: We are honored to invite Dr. Chen to write a long article in English for Sensors about the observation process theory. I can help you with editing the English draft, if it is necessary, then I’ll ask Sensors editor Dr. Wang Xue of Tsinghua University (http://yqs.pim.tsinghua.edu.cn/wangxuehomepage/) to edit it further, rapidly, and ask Dr. Wang Xue to arrange accelerated peer-review, and publish on Sensors free of charge.

Very sorry for bothering you, and thank you for your help.

Looking forward to your reply!

Shu-kun Lin

E-mail 2: From Lin Shu-kun to Zhang Wenjun[71]

Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 12:18:35 +0200
From: lin@mdpi.org
To: szuzwj@yahoo.com.cn
CC: cbhmath@hotmail.com
Sub: Re: Sensors invites Dr. Chen Bihong to be its editor. Invite submission.

Thank you!

Zhang Wenjun wrote:

Mr. Lin:

I have received your invitation letter to Dr. Chen Bihong, and I have forwarded it to Chen Bihong. Thank you!

Zhang Wenjun,
The College of Mathematics and Computational Science at Shenzhen University

E-mail 3: From Chen Bihong to Lin Shu-kun[72]

Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 19:14:05 +0800
From: 陈必红 <cbhmath@hotmail.com>
To: <lin@mdpi.org>
Sub: Re: Sensors invites Dr. Chen Bihong to be its editor. Invite submission.

Hello, Mr. Lin:

After a rough background checking and consideration, I basically incline to accept your suggestion, or it should be said it is my honor. However, I still need to know more.

First, how long the paper should be? You just tell me how many A4 pages.

Second, whether it will be too busy to be an editor? Because I might not have much time, really, it won’t be good to delay your matters.

Also, the paper is not needed very soon, right? Because I have a lot of work to do in this semester, therefore I can only write it when I find free time. I teach more than one hundred students Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics, and using an all new textbook, so I have to rewrite my teaching plan. In sum, I am afraid that I am not able to do it well after I made a promise; it won’t be good if it eventually ends with a bad feeling.

I wish you the best!

Chen Bihong

E-mail 4: From Lin Shu-kun to Chen Bihong[73]

Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 20:33:55 +0200
From: lin@mdpi.org
To: cbhmath@hotmail.com
CC: linshukun@hotmail.com; zwj@szu.edu.cn
Sub: Re: Sensors invites Dr. Chen Bihong to be its editor. Invite submission.

Hello, Dr. Chen:

I am very glad that you inclined to accept the invitation. It does need an editor to do a lot of work, however, I won’t bother you to do anything. The term is two years, and it can be renewed. You can be the editor for Physical Sensors, I have already added you to the webpage [www.mdpi.org] (the newest list of the Sensors editors has been moved to [www.mdpi.com], in which Wang Xue and Chen Bihong are listed). Please check whether the English address, key words (observation process theory, information theory, radar) I added are correct or not by referring to the format of other editors. If possible, it’s better add an email address, telephone number, and fax number from Shenzhen University, which will look better with a unified format. I believe that your dean Dr. Zhang Wenjun and other colleagues can help you with a Shenzhen University email box. By the way, are you interested in returning to Tsinghua University, or taking an adjunct position at Tsinghua University and forming a partnership in “Institute of Information Theory Application”?

About the paper you are going to submit to Sensors: you take your time, the first thing of course is to conduct English literature review. You can do a research, after that, I can download them for you and send the full-length PDF files to you for you to read. You can find many [relevant literatures] at [arxiv.org].

You can also search [scholar.google.com]. If you need my help, just say so. We don’t have a required length for papers. Before submission, please take a look at [www.mdpi.org]. When submitting, please send to me first, so I can arrange.

Of course I will consult you on information theory application, sensors, and remote sensing. I also want to listen to your suggestions on how to run the journal. I’ll wait till you finish your English manuscript about your theory and have it published, and then I’ll bother you again. Hope you can submit as soon as possible.

Looking forward to your reply.

Shu-kun Lin

E-mail 5: From Chen Bihong to Lin Shu-kun[74]

Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2008 20:48:13 +0800
From: 陈必红 <cbhmath@hotmail.com>
To: <lin@mdpi.org>
Sub: Re: Sensors invites Dr. Chen Bihong to be its editor. Invite submission.

Hello, Mr. Lin:

It is very good that I don’t need to work to be an editor. I like being lazy.

I’ll start writing right now. What do you think about the title: Introduction to Observation Process Theory. It will probably take me a relatively long time to write it, and I can accelerate during the summer break, and possibly finish by that time, around August.

Let me do things one by one, finishing one thing first, and talk about the other things later.


Chen Bihong

E-mail 6: From Lin Shu-kun to Chen Bihong[75]

Date: April 4, 2008 22:15:13
From: Dr. Shu-Kun Lin (lin@mdpi.org)
To: Chen Bihong (cbhmath@hotmail.com)
CC: chenbh@szu.edu.cn; Shu-Kun Lin (linshukun@hotmail.com)
Sub: Re: Sensors invites Dr. Chen Bihong to be its editor. Invite submission.

Hello, Dr. Chen:

It is my honor to work for you! Very delighted!

Found 172 articles in Science Citation Index (SCI). Which ones do you want? "Introduction to Observation Process Theory" is fine with me! Good luck!

Shu-kun Lin


All internet links provided below were active as of Jan. 19, 2014.

[1] MDPI. MDPI Sponsoring the Scientific Spirit Prize in China. www.mdpi.com, 20 March 2013.

[2] See: 《中国科学院院士何祚庥获得首届新语丝科学精神奖》,XYS20130114.

[3] Ge, X. Shamelessness Shouldn’t Be Anyone’s Nature──An Open Letter to Nature, Part II: Shameless “standing-up”. China Academic Integrity Review, Nov. 9, 2012.

[4] Ge, X. Shamelessness Shouldn’t Be Anyone’s Nature──An Open Letter to Nature, Part XXXII: The Fangansters (II): He Zuoxiu, a Shameless Party Man (I). China Academic Integrity Review, Nov. 15, 2013.

[5] See:《北京大学生命科学学院教授饶毅获得2014年新语丝科学精神奖》,XYS20140113.

[6] See: Shu-Kun Lin’s CURRICULUM VITAE.

[7] 林树坤:《抄袭,一稿两投,和一稿拆开来多投》,XYS20020204.

[8] 林树坤:《学术研究中的数据伪造》,XYS20020205.

[9] 林树坤:《再说关于BIT的翻译问题》,XYS20020601.

[10] Original Chinese: “几乎所有的伪科学里都要瞎用一番“信息”这个概念(对“信息”和有关概念有兴趣者可看看我的这个网页)。” (See: [9]).

[11] See: June 01, 2002 11:22:13, June 01, 2002 11:32:53, June 01, 2002 11:57:00.

[12] See: June 01, 2002 14:43:09, June 01, 2002 14:45:13.

[13] Yi Ming. The Feud between Drs. Fang Zhouzi and Xiao Chuanguo. Chapters 4 and 5. (亦明:《方舟子陷害肖传国始末》第四、第五章).

[14] Original Chinese: “设立基金会是好主意。也建议方舟子渐渐搞个专家数据库协助打假。新语丝需要赞助(http://www.xys.org/doc/howtospon.txt)。建议设立并公布一个账号。我们MDPI将立即捐款500美元。” (See Lin’s post: 2006-08-02, 14:30:44).

[15] Original Chinese: “愿意联署这封公开信(海内外知识分子关于肖传国诉方舟子案的公开信,[xys.org])。林树坤博士,科技出版人,MDPI 负责人,瑞士”。(See Lin’s post: 2006-08-02, 11:49:55).

[16] Lin Shu-kun. Suggestions to the Organization for Scientific & Academic Integrity in China and the New Threads on Fundraising and Operation. XYS20061126.(林树坤:《给中国科学与学术诚信基金会(OSAIC)和新语丝的筹款和运作的建议》).

[17] Original Chinese: “很久很久以前,林博士在美国University of Louisville化学系做研究生的时候,盗用出国前所在单位兰州化学物理所的数据,写成论文和美国老板共同署名发表。后被发现,不得不出走瑞士。学术作假者,中国大陆学者里面,林博士算是元老了。” (See: 2006-08-04, 06:47:28).

[18] Original Chinese: “你的意思是说大家都不是好东西,咱们大家都搞学术造假学术腐败,都不反学术造假学术腐败?是这意思吧?我现在更加同情和敬佩方舟子。我还是要尽力支持方舟子。” (See: 2006-08-04, 08:41:51).

[19] See: 2006-08-03, 11:31:35, 2006-08-04, 10:54:58.

[20] Original Chinese: “老方还是离林树坤这种人远点吧[。]让这种人搅和进来,只能让真正搞研究的人看不起。要说学术打假,这林树坤倒是一块好靶子。当然值不值得为他耗费精力,倒真是个问题。” (See: 2006-08-08, 10:35:32).

[21] As of Jan. 18, 2014, there are 13 entries in the Newly Arrived on the New Threads contain Lin’s Chinese name 林树坤, among them, 8 were authored by Lin himself, the rest 5 were written or edited by Fang (see the table below).

No. Title Author Time
1 我与崔永元关于转基因及其他争论(续十二)方舟子 01/13/2014
2 屠呦呦是青蒿素的发明人——致李英老师林树坤 07/10/2011
3 欢迎优秀海归学者来我们MDPI北京编辑部工作林树坤 12/04/2009
4 向氏“阳光法案”奖林树坤 05/04/2008
5 给中国科学与学术诚信基金会(OSAIC)和新语丝的筹款和运作的建议林树坤 11/26/2006
6 网人评论武汉江汉区法院对肖传国诉方舟子案的判决(九) 08/08/2006
7 海内外知识分子关于肖传国诉方舟子案的公开信(签名版) 08/07/2006
8 林树坤与肖传国的通信 08/06/2006
9 海内外知识分子关于肖传国诉方舟子案的公开信(征集签名) 07/31/2006
10 再说关于BIT的翻译问题林树坤 06/01/2002
11 外来词的汉语翻译应该意译避免音译林树坤 05/27/2002
12 学术研究中的数据伪造林树坤 02/05/2002
13 抄袭,一稿两投,和一稿拆开来多投林树坤 02/04/2002

[22] Lin Shu-kun. Welcome Outstanding Overseas Scholars to Work in MDPI’s Beijing Office. XYS20091204. (林树坤:《欢迎优秀海归学者来我们MDPI北京编辑部工作》).

[23] See: 2009-12-05, 02:04:07, 2009-12-05, 07:53:32.

[24] Beall, J. Beall's List of Predatory Publishers 2013. Released December 4, 2012.

[25] See: History of MDPI.

[26] Lin, Shu-Kun; McPhee, Derek J.; Muguet, Francis F. 2006. Open Access Publishing Policy and Efficient Editorial Procedure. Entropy 8(3):131-133.

[27] See: [www.qiye.la].

[28] See: Swiss Publisher MDPI’s Beijing Office Hires. sciencenet.cn, Sept. 24, 2013. (《瑞士MDPI出版公司北京代表处诚聘英才》,科学网2013年9月24日).

[29] See: MDPI Journals A-Z.

[30] See: [www.2yearjob.com].

[31] Rordorf, D. Meet OASPA’s Members – MDPI. 5th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing (COASP), Riga, 20 September 2013.

[32] Personal communication, March 4, 2012.

[33] 苏利文:《请大家注意一个野鸡外文期刊网站》,XYS20110521。

[34] Original Chinese: “另外,国外也有一些这样的出版社,美国和加拿大都有,其实也是华人搞的,完全就是为了赚国内人的钱。”

[35] Zhou Huaibei. My Experience in Returning to China. XYS20041201. (周怀北:《我的归国历程──在“2004年第五届北美留交会”上的演讲》).

[36] He Lidan. A Serial Report on Chinese Universities Hire Fake Full-time Professors. Xinmin Weekly, Aug. 30, 2006. XYS20060830. (贺莉丹:《关于中国高校引进假全职教授的系列报道》,2006年8月30日《新民周刊》).

[37] Original Chinese: “本人实名向你举报武汉大学国际软件学院院长,千人计划入选者周怀北涉嫌通过创办野鸡“国际”学术期刊和大量的野鸡“国际”学术会议收敛巨额财产!” (See: Lin Xianzu. Reporting Zhou Huaibei, the Dean of International School of Software at Wuhan University and the Inductee of 1000-Talents Plan. XYS20120818. (林贤祖:《举报武汉大学国际软件学院院长、千人计划入选者周怀北》).

[38] See: [glxy.hit.edu.cn].

[39] Original Chinese:“收入主要来源于版税和稿费。家里人有时候会替我担心,但都能理解我。”(See: Wu Xiaopan. “Zhu Xueqin’s Problem is Worse than Wang Hui’s”. Yangcheng Evening News, Jan. 23, 2011. 吴小攀:《“朱学勤的性质比汪晖的严重”》,2011年1月23日《羊城晚报》).

[40] Original Chinese: “方舟子的生活来源全靠写作,而且这些收入还要支付诉讼费。他说:‘我在报纸上写些文章,写书,大多都是科普的,这是我的收入来源,也足够我生活了。’” (See: Zhou Huaizong. How Is A Fraud Buster Made. Beijing Morning News, Mar. 29, 2011. 周怀宗:《打假斗士是怎样炼成的》,2011年3月29日《北京晨报》).

[41] See: Wang Yipeng. Tang Jun Denies Fraud Charge, Fang Zhouzi Angrily Refutes Blackmailing 10 Million Yuan Story. Evening News, July 12, 2010. (王毅鹏:《唐骏坚称未造假 方舟子怒斥敲诈1000万之说》,2010年7月12日《新闻晚报》).

[42] Anonymous. The Baidu Inc (ADR) sued Qihoo 360 Technology Co Ltd (NYSE:QIHU) infringement of right reputation. DailyEconomic, Sept. 18, 2013.

[43] Fang denied the allegation and threatened with lawsuit against anyone who would spread the rumor. However, he has not sued anyone yet. (See Fang’s microblog: 2013-05-12 15:55).

[44] Original Chinese: “前几天听我同学说,方舟子在上海向某银行申请贷款1000多万元人民币,并抵押其在上海的房产,起初该银行并未同意,但见贷款人是方舟子便同意了。” (See: 2012-11-7 22:43).

[45] See: 2014-01-17 14:50.

[46] Bai Tiantian and Jiang Jie. Anti-fraud activist and TV host square off in battle of Internet abuse. Global Times, Jan. 14, 2014; Cao Yin. Science writer prepares suit against ex-TV host. China Daily USA, Jan. 15, 2014.

[47] See: OSAIC. The Records of Donations. (中国科学与学术诚信基金会;《捐款公示》).

[48] See: The MDPI management team, History of MDPI.

[49] Qiu, J. 2010. Publish or perish in China. Nature 463:142-143; Tao, Z. 'Publish or perish' leads to fraud and paper bubbles in research. Shanghai Daily, October 10, 2011; Hvistendahl, M. 2013. China's Publication Bazaar. Science 342:1035-1039.

[50] Beall J. 2012. Predatory publishers are corrupting open access. Nature 489:179; Bohannon, J. 2013. Who's Afraid of Peer Review? Science 342: 60-65; Haspelmath, M. 2013. Why open-access publication should be nonprofit-a view from the field of theoretical language science. Front. Behav. Neurosci. 7:57.

[51] Robertson, R. Australian Paradox: A Critical Analysis.

[52] See Rory Robertson’s comment on Retraction Watch’s Journal to feature special issue on scientific misconduct, seeks submissions.

[53] Timmer, J. How the craziest f#@!ing “theory of everything” got published and promoted. Ars Technica, Jan 27 2012; Zimmer, C. Life turned upside down. discovermagazine.com, January 31, 2013.

[54] Samsel, A. and Seneff, S. 2013. Glyphosate’s Suppression of Cytochrome P450 Enzymes and Amino Acid Biosynthesis by the Gut Microbiome: Pathways to Modern Diseases. Entropy 15:1416-1463.

[55] Ge, X. Shamelessness Shouldn’t Be Anyone’s Nature ── An Open Letter to Nature, Part XXX:
Why Fang Shi-min Was Awarded the John Maddox Prize (V): Why Was Albert Yuan Invited to Nominate Fang?
China Academic Integrity Review, August 20, 2013.

[56] Original Chinese: “孟山都的除草剂叫‘农达’(Roundup)……这是国际公认的低毒除草剂,对人体健康没有任何危险(综述见Regul Toxicol Pharmacol. 2000 Apr;31(2 Pt 1):117-65),郎咸平对该除草剂的毒性的描述,纯属谣言。” (See: Fang Zhouzi. Lang Xianping Uses Rumors to Murder GMO. XYS20100328方舟子:《郎咸平用谣言“谋杀”转基因》).

[57] Original Chinese: “农达原粉的毒性比食盐还低,还有人喝它自杀,真是怪异。” (See: Fang’s microblog on weibo.com: 2012-1-12 19:52).

[58] Kloor, K. When Media Uncritically Cover Pseudoscience. Collide-a-Scape, April 26, 2013.

[59] Lowe, D. Is Glyphosate Poisoning Everyone? In the Pipeline, April 30, 2013

[60] Beall, J. More Controversy Over Open-Access Publisher MDPI. Scholarly Open-Access, May 16th, 2013.

[61] See: [en.wikipedia.org].

[62] Knols, BGJ. Spam: 'We invite you to submit an article to our Open Access journal'. malariaworld.org, June 4, 2013.

[63] Original Chinese: “#全球公审MDPI# ‘新语丝科学精神奖’独家赞助商MDPI负责人林树坤亲自邀请低端学者挂名编委,亲自约稿改稿,号称国际组织,其实草莽土鳖。MDPI同行评审形同虚设, 良知编委纷纷离去,论文质量毫无保障,广发垃圾邮件约稿,唯利是图。敬告中国学术界:远离以林树坤为首的诈骗集团MDPI及其代言人方舟子。” (See: 2014-01-15 18:46).

[64] See: 2014-01-15 19:04.

[65] Original Chinese: “因瑞士MDPI公司赞助了新语丝科学精神奖,崔永元就借匿名之口要‘全球公审MDPI’,诋毁MDPI是‘以林树坤为首的诈骗集团’,毁谤一个已有19份刊物被SCIE收录、多名诺奖获得者担任编委的出版公司,看来崔永元还想惹上跨国诉讼。其他被崔永元毁谤的人士也应一起来起诉崔永元,让他成为被起诉最多的政协委员” (See:2014-01-15 21:29).

[66] Original Chinese: “独立调查员人肉多位网友,大曝网友银行卡、电话号码、住址,还故作镇静不怕别人反人肉。咱也集中曝曝(所有信息都源于他自己公开的,不涉及非法手段):真名周维,英文名Jason,1981年生,湖南长沙人,2007年硕士毕业于华南理工大学计算机科学与工程学院,现在深圳,以提供vpn服务为生,名称为leafyvpn和greenvpn。2012年3月在香港注册空壳公司绿绮科技(香港)有限公司。” (See: 2013-08-05 10:52).

[67] Original Chinese: “@王志安,你怎么把你和独立调查员的合影微博删了?和你合影的这个人,是不是华为公司的张胜华?” (See: 2013-08-06 08:43).

[68] Independent Investigator. Fang Zhouzi: From Academic Fraud Buster to Academic Fraud Helper. Independent Investigator’s Space, Jan. 21, 2014. (独立调查员:《方舟子:从“学术打假斗士”到“学术造假帮凶”》,独立调查员的空间,2014年1月21日).

[69] Independent Investigator. Transnational Cheater Lin Shu-kun/Testimonies by Domestic Experts. Independent Investigator’s Space, Jan. 15, 2014. (独立调查员:《跨国骗子林树坤/国内专家证词》,独立调查员的空间,2014年1月15日).

[70] Original content:

发件人: Dr. Shu-Kun Lin <lin@mdpi.org>
收件人: zwj@szu.edu.cn
抄送: math@szu.edu.cn; wangxue <wangxue@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn>
已发送: 2008/3/29(周六), 下午3:10:48
主题: 传感器学报SENSORS邀请陈必红博士担任编委. 约稿
?作为瑞士的传感器学报SENSORS ( [www.mdpi.org] )出版人和编辑部负责人,特通过您邀请深圳大学数学与计算科学学院数学系陈必红博士担任我们学报编委。
一时查不到陈必红博士的电子邮箱,也麻烦您转交陈博士如下的约稿信:特 邀请陈博士就其观测过程理论用英文至少写一篇长文在SENSORS发表。英文初稿我帮您修改(有必要的话),然后我请SENSORS 编委清华大学的王雪博士( [yqs.pim.tsinghua.edu.cn] )快速进一步修改并请王雪博士安排同行快速审稿,免费在SENSORS发表。

[71] Original content:

Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 12:18:35 +0200
From: lin@mdpi.org
To: szuzwj@yahoo.com.cn
CC: cbhmath@hotmail.com
Subject: Re: 回复:传感器学报SENSORS邀请陈必红博士担任编委. 约稿
张文俊 wrote:
深圳大学数学与计算科学学院 张文俊

[72] Original content:

Subject: 回复:传感器学报SENSORS邀请陈必红博士担任编委. 约稿
From: 陈必红 <cbhmath@hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 19:14:05 +0800
To: <lin@mdpi.org>

[73] Original content:

Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 20:33:55 +0200
From: lin@mdpi.org
To: cbhmath@hotmail.com
CC: linshukun@hotmail.com; zwj@szu.edu.cn
Subject: Re: 回复:传感器学报SENSORS邀请陈必红博士担 任编委. 约稿
非常高兴您倾向于接受邀请。担任编委要作很多事,但是我不麻烦您作任何事。任期两年,任期满了还可以延续。可以加入物理传感器方面的编委,我已经把您加到在 [www.mdpi.org] 的网址(最新SENSORS编委名单已迁移至 [www.mdpi.com],王雪、陈必红仍在名单内)。 请您参考其他编委的格式核查我加上去的英文地址,关键词 (observation process theory, information theory, radar) 等对不对。如果可能的话最好加上深圳大学的电子邮箱,电话和传真号,看上去是统一的格式要好些。我认为你们学院领导院长张文俊博士等同事会帮忙给您一个深 圳大学的电子邮箱。
关于您的投SENSORS的文章,您慢慢写,先要作的当然是英文文献调研,您可以查查到后有很多我可以给您下载后寄PDF全文您阅读。在 [arxiv.org] 可查到很多。
还可以查 [scholar.google.com] 。有事尽管吩咐。我们对论文长度不限。投稿前看一下 [www.mdpi.org] 。投稿时先寄给我我好安排。

[74] Original content:

Subject: RE: 回复:传感器学报SENSORS邀请陈必红博士担 任编委. 约稿
From: 陈必红 <cbhmath@hotmail.com>
Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2008 20:48:13 +0800
To: <lin@mdpi.org>
那么,从现在开始动笔写吧,你看文章题目就叫Introduction to Observation Process Theory如何?我可能要写比较长的时间,到了暑假的时候可以加快进度,也许那个时候能够出来,就是在八月份左右。

[75] Original content:

Re: 回复:传感器学报SENSORS邀请陈必红博士担 任编委. 约稿
发件人:Dr. Shu-Kun Lin (lin@mdpi.org)
发送时间: 2008年4月4日 22:15:13
收件人:陈必红 (cbhmath@hotmail.com)
抄送:chenbh@szu.edu.cn; Shu-Kun Lin (linshukun@hotmail.com)
在科学引文索引(SCI)里查到172篇文章。您看看要哪些。"Introduction to Observation Process Theory" is fine with me! Good luck!

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