As to the number of posts you suggested maybe “one a day”
As we showed you before the more we post the more you come back for more.
I am trying to spread research content plus other fluffy stuff, but G keeps posting so you have given him a new lease of activity. The number of posts kind of reflect, what is being reported. This varies from day to day sometimes nothing……leading to fluff, sometimes loads (e.g last 3 days 0 new, but 75 papers today…most not relevant to you. This’ll appear in next few days).
This is due in part to our laziness……or our desire to save time making the posts. Rather than rewrite the article, it is quick to copy and paste the abstract and then do a summary (in italics), rather than try to cherry pick, deconstruct and reconstruct.
Furthermore, some journals make the original article “open access” after a period of time. So whilst you may be unable to access the new study now in a few months or a year you will be able to go to the actual source data. We get new readers who do trawl through the older posts to find a bit of golddust
Some of you like to read the source material and make your own mind up about interpretation, some like the summary of Prof G, as it gives a sometimes alternative view or puts the work into a different perspective.
More responses next time