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September 26, 2013
An Unknown Author With Someone Else's Work. Why?
Here's a bizarre one: someone apparently faked up a bunch of author names and contact information, and published results (in Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications) that they're heard Bruce Spiegelman of Harvard talk about. The motive? Well. . .the only thing that makes sense is sheer vituperativeness, and even that doesn't make much. Here's the story - see if you can make sense of it!
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