/r/EverythingScience is the sister subreddit to /r/science. With a broader rule set than /r/science, it is the place for high quality scientific content that doesn't necessarily reference a peer-reviewed paper from the last 6 months.
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, have an enjoyable experience on this board.
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1) Be civil
Do not be abusive or offensive to any user regardless of differences of opinion. Memes and joke comments are not allowed.
2) Maintain scientific integrity
We do not expect peer review, but we do expect a level of scientific rigour in comments and submissions; pseudoscientific comments or submissions that run counter to accepted scientific consensus are not allowed. Anecdotal comments are allowed so long as they maintain scienfitic integrity. Political posts are allowed so long as they primarily relate to scientific policy.
3) Up to date content
Submissions must have been published in the past 6 months. Submissions covering older stories or studies must be less than 6 months old and contain new developments.
4) No link dumping
Content must follow site spam and self promotion guidelines. No more than 10% of your activity should relate to material that you are affiliated with. Do not post more than 3 submissions per day to allow a diversity of topics.
5) No reposts
Submissions must not be reposts of popular submissions.
6) No misleading, inaccurate or clickbait titles
Submissions have accurate and clear titles that inform the reader. Minor editing of titles is allowed if it makes the title and findings clearer.
7) No rehosted content
Submissions must not rehost copied or stolen content. Link to the original source where possible.
8) No spam
This includes, but is not limited to: surveys; questions; downloads e.g. pdfs.
9) No promotional material
This includes, but is not limited to: general webpages; crowdfunding; sales pages; lecture courses.
10) No audio visual material
We do not allow audio-visual material (e.g. videos, podcasts)
Repeat or extreme violations of comment and submission rules could lead to warnings and/or bans.