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Dozens of scientific journals have vanished from the internet, and no one preserved them

Dozens of scientific journals have vanished from the internet, and no one preserved them

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  1. oh well, they were probably obsolete/outdated info anyway or would be later. Why keep a journal from 1875 that still thinks the Aether is a real thing other than a collector’s item (which collectors generally don’t really care about .pdf’s of it, they want originals)? Besides that, the internet isn’t as permanent as most assume. Another Carrington event would probably wipe out all data that has no paper or stone backups (and electricity for years) on a global scale anyway.

  2. This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/09/dozens-scientific-journals-have-vanished-internet-and-no-one-preserved-them) reduced by 88%. (I’m a bot)
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    > Eighty-four online-only, open-access journals in the sciences, and nearly 100 more in the social sciences and humanities, have disappeared from the internet over the past 2 decades as publishers stopped maintaining them, potentially depriving scholars of useful research findings, a study has found.

    > The number of OA journals tripled from 2009 to 2019, and on average the vanished titles operated for nearly 10 years before going dark, which "Might imply that a large number is yet to vanish," the authors write.

    > After the journals go dark, for example, their names no longer appear in bibliometric databases.

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  3. Reminds me of the one-man maintained archive of New Orleans music that was washed away when the levees failed due to Katrina.

  4. If these were open-access journals then /r/scihub may not have saved any of the files. Generally the scihub proxy passes users on to the URL directly if the PDF is directly accessible.

    **Major scientific preservation projects:**

    * arXiv is archived on [Kaggle](https://www.kaggle.com/Cornell-University/arxiv) as a 3GB text-only dataset and via [Amazon S3 through API](https://arxiv.org/help/bulk_data)
    * scihub is archived on /r/libgen torrents via the 80TB scimag torrent collection. You can learn more about it on [freeread.org](https://freeread.org).

  5. Proper journals are kept alive in many ways. Fake ones are not.

  6. Would it make sense to scrape pdfs from sci-hub in case this happens again?

  7. I find it hard to believe they’re not archived or backed up somewhere… documents like ebooks and journals are literally the tiniest fucking files that would barely make a dent in any true datahoarder’s capacity ?

  8. Makes me think about Project Xanadu, which wanted all content to be permanent.

    [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Xanadu#Original_17_rules](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Xanadu#Original_17_rules)

  9. That totally sucks, and the fact that they were open access already makes it worse IMO

  10. I’d be willing to store and host scientific stuff, but where do you get them from in the first place?