In a post from December of last year concerning fallout from Fukushima, Japan, I cited a study conducted by 'respected' epidemiological experts whose research was published in the International Journal of Health Sciences.
The study purported to trace a link between the nuclear catastrophe at Japan's Fukushima Dai-ichi plant and an modest increase in infant mortality in the US last spring.
The journal is peer reviewed, and I trusted the editorial staff and reviewers to do their job. Which they didn't.
Turns out I was very wrong about the authors' findings; in fact, the authors, anti-nuclear activists, cooked the books.
I stand corrected- thanks to a good friend for alerting me to problems with my post.
See here for a powerful debunking.