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LanguageEnglish, Russian, German
Edited byDr. Andrej Poleev
Publication details
History2003 – present
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OCLC no.1188039414

Enzymes is a multidisciplinary, multilingual, irregular and free access online journal covering a wide range of topics in the field of natural philosophy such as cosmology, anthropology, psychoanalysis, neurobiology, jurisprudence, religious studies and others. The journal was founded by Dr. Andrej Poleev in 2003 in the form of Samizdat. A similar term was introduced by russian poet Nikolai Glazkov in the 1940s. Parodying the ceremonious names of the official printing organs of Soviet official publishing houses, such as Politizdat (Russian: Политиздат, political publishing house), Detizdat (Russian: Детиздат, literature for children), etc., he typed copies of his poems indicating "Samsebyaizdat" (Russian: Самиздат, myselfpublishing) on the front page.

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Peer review is an opportunity to perform an unlawful censorship which ensures that no apostate notion ever get published in mainstream journals. Or such peer review censorship is an opportunity to steal any content and to claim afterward the priority of first publication. And last but not least, the peer review is an academic tool to promote the mainstream pseudoscience.[1]

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