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107 cancer papers retracted due to peer review fraud
There was a report at ars Technica that the journal Tumor Biology is retracting staggering 107 research papers due to fraudulent peer review process. It appears that such practice has been an ongoing business. According to the report, last year … Continue reading
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Are We Alone in the Universe After All?
In the movie Contact (which is based on the novel with the same title by Carl Sagan), Ellie Arroway (played by Jodie Foster) was speaking to a group of children: “I’ll tell you one thing about the universe, though. The … Continue reading
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A Notable Quote on Richard Feynman
From Freeman Dyson, “Disturbing the Universe”, Harper & Row, New York, 1979: “Dick was also a profoundly original scientist. He refused to take anybody’s word for anything. This meant that he was forced to rediscover or reinvent for himself almost … Continue reading
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$\sum_{n=0}^\infty e^{nix}$ is Cesàro Summable
Back when I was a Ph.D. student, a friend of mine (he was a Ph.D. student in physics studying laser optics) asked me if the series $\sum_{n=0}^\infty e^{nix}$ converges. I vaguely remember that his advisor needed to have a finite … Continue reading
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$1+2+3+4+\cdots=\frac{1}{12}$?
No, folks! I am not drunk nor I am potheaded. Yet, I am about to discuss the crazy identity $$1+2+3+4+\cdots=\frac{1}{12}.$$ No, I am not joking either. This is actually pretty serious mathematics and is also pretty serious stuff even to … Continue reading