Pause while Delacon bangs his head on the keyboard for causing this fiasco.
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Don’t beat yourself up - it is CFP that should provide an explanation to the public of how they received the article, what basis if any they had for taking it seriously, etc. I doubt that the “author” exists except as a fake pseudonym, so how did CFP come to believe that the article should be published on their website? Did anyone with any scientific background in physics review it before publication? That’s what interests me now - did someone unknown to them merely email the piece to them? Do they have any editorial and verification process at all? If it is a hoax then they need to seriously review the procedure by which such an (apparently) unscientific article was published to the world as though it could be taken seriously.