[ExI] randomly generated math paper accepted for publication
anders at aleph.se
Sat Oct 20 21:37:52 UTC 2012
On 20/10/2012 10:54, Giulio Prisco wrote:
> It does mean the the traditional peer-review process, with its
> ridiculous delays of months and even years, is broken beyond repair.
Amen to that. Although it is still better than nothing: it keeps out
people who can't follow written instructions, which removes about half
of the crazy population.
In this particular case it was a pretty crappy journal, while Sokal
caught a high status one. But I think tring this kind of thing is a
public service for unmasking the sloppiest ones.
Future of Humanity Institute
Philosophy Faculty of Oxford University
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