Hello everybody, I was wondering- is scihub still adding new articles? I can’t basically find any new articles from nature.
Every action triggers an equal reaction in the opposite direction. There are many experiments that can use this principle, and it’s my goal to take you beyond your Apologia science curriculum experience, by making science fun and easy for you. Have you ever kicked a brick wall? Off course you ended up hurting your toe. As… Continue reading Rocketry Experiments Apologia Science Curriculum
I have a link to a paper generously afforded to me by SciHub ([https://sci-hub.st/10.1007/s00125-005-1962-5](https://sci-hub.st/10.1007/s00125-005-1962-5)), I have this link saved in my notes on my computer. As of right now, this link works. I’ve noticed several times though that after a period of time (say, 24 hours) this link will no longer be valid and will… Continue reading Scihub links periodically getting broken?
We have all been amused by the way an inflated balloon behaves when left loose without tying the mouth. This dynamic action has some principles behind it and Isaac Newton, an English scientist, explained why this happens centuries ago. He said that for every action there is a reaction with equal force in the opposite… Continue reading Apologia Science Curriculum – Mini Rockets You Can Build
Hi everyone, I’m sorry if this is a stupid question, but I’ll ask it anyways. I understand that new 2021 articles were recently uploaded. I’ve been using the extension to look through Google Scholar, but basically all new articles I’ve checked so far are not in Sci-Hub’s database (I’m specifically interested in life sciences articles),… Continue reading Finding the New Articles
Science contains the knowledge gained through observations and experimentations. Science is the subject of fun. Science has changed our lives like it has changed the living standard of people. Science is first divided into three categories like applied sciences, pure sciences and art/social sciences (science is contained in arts). Science comes from arts like diagrams… Continue reading Fun In Science
2021-09-05: 2.3 million new articles will be posted to Sci-Hub. It is unclear if the proxy will remain frozen. Read more at https://twitter.com/ringo_ring/status/1434356217208623106 2021-08-24: Update from High Court of Delhi, CS(COMM) 572/2020 **Next hearing is scheduled for 2021-Oct-07. The court document from 2021-08-23 is not yet available.** 2021-04-13: Update from High Court of Delhi, CS(COMM)… Continue reading Announcement: Sci-Hub has been paused, NO NEW ARTICLES will be downloadable via Sci-Hub until further notice
If you want to make your career in political science then this article is right for you. If you are confused about career options after your degree do not worry because there are lots of career opportunities available for you after completing Bachelor of Political Science. Let us see some of the potential jobs and… Continue reading 5 Best Careers In Political Science
Home > Piracy > More than a decade ago a student in Kazakhstan working on a research paper found that she needed access to scientific articles that were hidden behind a paywall. By 2011, that need had developed into the project we now know as Sci-Hub – ‘The Pirate Bay of Science’. To celebrate ten… Continue reading Sci-Hub Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary By Uploading 2.3m New Articles
Home > Anti-Piracy > Site Blocking > The Publishers Association, a UK organization supporting members producing digital and print books, research journals, and educational resources, obtained its first pirate site blocking injunction in 2015. Six years later the group has now been granted an expansion in an effort to restrict access to domains that helped… Continue reading The Publishers Association Ramps Up Site Blocking to Reduce Piracy