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Welcome to Everythingscience!
This subreddit celebrates everything science! That includes research, new discoveries, cool applications of science in the world, science policy, and news of exciting scientific research and concepts. We welcome you to post scientific stories and achievements so long as it’s not pseudoscientific or promoting a particular product or agenda. Please take a moment to read our rules on acceptable content before posting to ensure you, and everyone else, has an enjoyable experience on this board.
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1) Original content is welcome if it falls within site spam and self promotion guidelines. No more than 10% of your activity on the subreddit should relate to material that you produce or are affiliated with.
2) Submissions must:
Be scientific in nature, and maintain scientific integrity
Have been published in the past 6 months. Submissions covering older stories or studies must be less than 6 months old, and contain new insights or developments
Have clear titles that inform the reader
3) Submissions must not:
Consist of re-hosted content
Be reposts of recent popular topics
Link to lecture courses
Consist of spam (e.g. surveys, questions, promotional material). This includes linking to general websites e.g. experiment homepages - a submission must lead to something substantial such as an article or blog post.
Consist of audio-visual material (e.g. videos, podcasts)
Link to downloads of any kind e.g. pdfs
4) Politics of science and policy submissions are permitted as long as they primarily relate to science.
5) Do not submit more than 3 submissions per day, or more than 10 a week, to allow a diversity of topics.
1) Comments must be scientific in nature.
2) Comments must not:
Be abusive or offensive to any user regardless of differences of opinion
Consist of spam (e.g. memes, jokes)
Run counter to accepted scientific consensus and theory, or support pseudoscience. Such comments require a higher standard of evidence and will face scrutiny.
3) Anecdotal comments may not necessarily be removed; however references to peer-reviewed material will always be better received.
Repeat or extreme violations of comment and submission rules could lead to warnings and/or bans.