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Figure 1: A decision tree showing the relationship between our system and the construction of linked lists.
Without a doubt, the shortcoming of this type of approach, however, is that link-level acknowledgements can be made virtual, large-scale, and scalable. Although this result is continuously an extensive ambition, it often conflicts with the need to provide lambda calculus to systems engineers. Similarly, indeed, SCSI disks and virtual machines have a long history of agreeing in this manner.
As Pluskal explained to Retraction Watch, the paper – which neither Kardashian or Satoshi Nakamoto actually co-authored – isn't a real study, but a contrived fake designed as yet another sting on predatory journals.
originally posted by: tgidkp
we need to get the Q-squad on this STAT!
they could drill down on, say, every other word, and in a few short consecutive 10-thousand-page threads we will probably end up with a recipe for buttered toast.
The journal the work appears in is published by a company called Lupine Publishers. That name has a vaguely sinister, predatory ring to it – which is ironically fitting, because (surprise!) this entire study is a sham. As Pluskal explained to Retraction Watch, the paper – which neither Kardashian or Satoshi Nakamoto actually co-authored – isn't a real study, but a contrived fake designed as yet another sting on predatory journals.