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Chealer (talk) suspects that this article (specifically ) may be a copyright violation, but without a source this cannot be definitively determined. (May 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
The criticism sections contains mainly unsourced statements. If we remove them, as required by WP:V, we are left with Time magazine saying that JR is "the most hated man in science". While this is surely interesting and notable, it is not a criticism of his position, but a report of what feelings other people have about JR. I am sure that there is plenty of criticism of JR around, and would ask fellow wikipedians to incorporate this into the section (I am not knowledgeable in the subject). If the section does not improve within some time, I think it should be deleted.