Inside the fake science factory, it's about fake news ugly sibling. There are organisations that offer a "platform" for "scientists" to publish their "scientific papers" and hosting "scientific conferences" to gain credibility to the "reports" and "scientists".
See it, it might help you to discover if what you are looking at is published through at least a few of these fake science factories.
Try it, enter below search in your google search. Replace "your search object" with what you want to check up inside the quotes:
"your search object" site:omicsonline.org OR site:sciencedomain.org OR
site:omicsgrouponline.org OR site:waset.us OR
site:waset.org OR site:waet.org OR
site:academicjournals.org OR site:imed.pub OR
site:thescipub.com OR site:austinpublishinggroup.com OR
site:iosrjournals.org OR site:alliedacademies.com OR
site:sciencepublishinggroup.com OR site:davidpublisher.org
N.B. just because you find "scientific stuff or people" with the search doesn't mean it is fake. It only means they probably made the effort publishing their "science stuff" with a "fake science factory" and that they paid money for it.