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Is this the shortest abstract ever?
« Reply #1 on: 27/10/2011 12:15:25 »
 ;D  probably!
 

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Is this the shortest abstract ever?
« Reply #2 on: 27/10/2011 18:45:56 »
I think there's a comparable one in physics where the abstract says
"No."
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« Reply #3 on: 28/10/2011 10:56:07 »
Hajdukovic, D and Satz, Helmut, "Does the one-dimensional Ising model show intermittency?", 1992 (a pre-print from CERN's theory division).
 

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« Reply #4 on: 28/10/2011 12:10:16 »
Thank you - that is nicely circular - the answer to my question is the same as the shortest abstract.
 

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« Reply #5 on: 28/10/2011 16:06:46 »
There is a fair chance that the paper you mentioned might make it to a serious peer-reviewed journal (not that a CERN pre-print is anything to be sneezed at)  - M V Berry on "Can apparent superluminal neutrino speeds be explained as a quantum weak measurement?" is Professor Sir Michael Berry of the Berry Phase and no lightweight
 

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