Data isn't information. Information, unlike data, is useful.
"Saying what needs to be said about the most sucky parts of physics"
The Standard Model (SM) is really the Acceptable Garbage (AG) or Guaranteed Worst/Wrecked/Worthless Monstrosity (GWM).- Spring-And-Loop Theory
Standardization does not produce,
although admirable as an efficiency method.
- Reginald Fessenden
At their best, standards don't produce anything.
There was a time when we all lived our lives according to standards -- morals, ethics & principles -- that we tried to uphold.
These days, constructive standards are scorned by leftists & fake news, and academic publishing "standards" are all but non-existent.
As a result, modern standards are nothing more than additional systems of control.
Science describes more than it explains.
- Honore de Balzac
tEmP theorists get paid to collect facts. Explaining things is entirely optional. And is in fact undesirable.
The reason science does this is that science is not fundamental. Physics today is not fundamental.
Spring-And-Loopy Theory IS fundamental, due to a simple, low-level model that just works.
Once upon a time there was a woman who was just like all women. And she married a man who was just like all men. And they had some children who were just like all children. And it rained all day. The woman had to skewer the hole in the kitchen sink when it was blocked up. The man went to the pub every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The other nights he mended his broken bicycle, checked the lottery winners, and longed for money and power. The woman read love stories and longed for things to be different. The children fought and yelled and played and had scabs on their knees. They were the Standard Model family.
- Elizabeth Smart, "The Assumption Of Rogues And Rascals"
All martyrs of religious faiths, of freedom and of science have had to disobey those who wanted to muzzle them in order to obey their own consciences, the laws of humanity and of reason. At this point in history, the capacity to doubt, to criticize and to disobey may be all that stands between a future for mankind and the end of the civilization.
- Erich Fromm
Nobody is criticizing the Standard Model. Despite hundreds of unsolved problems in physics.
The harder you fight to hold on to specific assumptions, the more likely there's gold in letting go of them.
- John Seely Brown
First of all, lets point out the elephant in the quote and change "you" to "they".
tEmP theorists fight every day to hold on to the Standard Model. Their golden goose.
Although this may seem a paradox, all exact science is dominated by the idea of approximation. When a man tells you that he knows the exact truth about anything, you are safe in infering that he is an inexact man. Every careful measurement in science is always given with the probable error. Every observer admits that he is likely wrong, and knows about how much wrong he is likely to be.
- Bertrand Russell
So why does the Standard Model constantly brag about how accurate it is?
Given that the Planck scale is 1020 times smaller than the atomic scale, it should go without saying that there is no exactness in anything we observe with our senses. We can't, and never will, measure at that absolutely smallest scale.
However, our models can get ever better; ever more exact.
Provided we stop genuflecting at the feet of the Standard Model. The Acceptable Garbage model.
Among the infinite diversity of singular phenomena science can only look for invariants.
- Jacques Monod (1910-1976)
This simply isn't true.
No idea why Mr. Monod would even say it.
Peruse his Wikipedia page and you'll see he is more of an artist, or humanist, than a scientist.
The great injustice of Jack's quote is that his work was built on the shoulders of others, yet he sums up all science as "looking for invariants". This is such a weak, vague phrase.
Modelling is the core of progress. It is a building process. It can have many moving parts, and be endlessly tweaked. But at its heart, it gets to the nub of things.
You can't "look for invariants", Monsier. That's like looking for the ether. Mind you, that fruitless activity netted a couple of guys their Nobel prize. To match your own.
Whoa! I see what you did there!
An experiment is reproducible until another laboratory tries to repeat it.
- Alexander Kohn
Standard Garbage in, Standard Garbage out.
Archaeology is made up entirely of anomalies, rearranged to make them fit in a fluky pattern. There would be no system to it otherwise.
The Standard Model is made up entirely of anomalies, rearranged to make them fit in a fluky pattern. There would be no system to it otherwise.
Art and science encounter each other when they seek exactitude.
- Etienne-Jules Marey
Just by the way, when does art do this?
The quote is more like:
Science head for the weeds when it seeks exactitude. And tEmP theories are the biggest braggarts about exactitude. Because they offer nothing else.
Before you take anything away, you must have something better to put in its place.
- Arthur Schopenhauer
I want to see that in building construction.
First we build the new highrise. Then we tear down old building.
The reality is that when something is found to be broken, it must be discarded and abandoned. It is officially worse than useless. Worse than nothing.
The Standard Model, now worth less than nothing!
Brain, n. An apparatus with which we think that we think. That which distinguishes the man who is content to be something from the man who wishes to do something. A man of great wealth, or one who has been pitchforked into high station, has commonly such a headful of brain that his neighbors cannot keep their hats on. In our civilization, and under our republican form of government, brain is so highly honored that it is rewarded by exemption from the cares of office.
- Ambrose Bierce
Ambrose would have farted in the Standard Model's general direction.
Comparing infinities is a treacherous business.
- Brian Greene (1963-)
The Standard Model literally does this (QED). Twice (QCD).
Explains why Feynman won his Nobe for QCD.
Data is not information,
information is not knowledge,
knowledge is not understanding,
understanding is not wisdom.
- Clifford Stoll
Science has inverted the tree of knowledge.
Then wonders why it produces rot and stench, instead of fruit and sustenance.
Even in the dark times between experimental breakthroughs, there always continues a steady evolution of theoretical ideas, leading almost imperceptibly to changes in previous beliefs.
- Steven Weinberg
Nonsense. Garbage even.
Things can easily proceed straight down hill, for years and even decades. As has happened in physics ever since it moved away from the ether.
tEmP theorists gets paid either way, and it is much easier to generate garbage than gourmet fare.
While every one well knows himself to be fallible, few think it necessary to take any precautions against their own fallibility, or admit the supposition that any opinion, of which they feel very certain, may be one of the examples of the error to which they acknowledge themselves to be liable.
- John Stuart Mill (1806-1873)
The Standard Model. Totally fallible. Totally believed in.
Fallacies do not cease to be fallacies because they become fashions.
- G.K. Chesterton
Unless it is the Standard Garbage.
Human judgment is notoriously fallible and perhaps seldom more so than in facile decisions.
- George Gaylord Simpsonfacile: (especially of a theory or argument) appearing neat and comprehensive only by ignoring the true complexities of an issue; superficial.
Nothing in science appears more neat and comprehensive than the Standard Garbage.
But lets be clear here. The Guaranteed Worst/Wrecked/Worthless Garbage is a deliberate act of deception.
It is not close to being right. It is, literally, infinitely wrong.
It is wrong with 120 zeroes after it. A hundred billion billion Googol worth of wrong. To be precise about it.
Hypotheses, like professors when they are seen not to work any longer in the laboratory, should disappear.
- Henry Edward Armstrong
The Standard Model has never worked.
Zero people should be using it today.
But don't make it disappear. It should be immortalized forever as a monument to conspiracies.
I can live with doubt and uncertainty. I think it's much more interesting to live not knowing than to have answers which might be wrong.
- Richard Feynman (1918-1988)
Much more profitable, you mean.
Wrong answers are informative, whereas doubt and uncertainty are worthless. Like you.
Physics today needs more announcements of how things are flat out wrong and should be pursued no more -- e.g. Supersymmetry, string theory and the inflationary theory of the religious big bang.
And stab QCD in the heart twice, just to be sure.
I think that we shall have to get accustomed to the idea that we must not look upon science as a 'body of knowledge' but rather as a system of hypotheses; that is to say, as a system of guesses or anticipations which in principle cannot be justified, but with which we work as long as they stand up to tests, and of which we are never justified in saying that we know they are 'true' or 'more or less certain' or even 'probable'.
- Karl Raimund Popper, "The Logic Of Scientific Discovery"
The Standard Model, being non-basic, and built on flawed assumptions, is a worthless pile of disproven hypotheses.
tEmP theories promoting such ludicrous hypotheses, that don't stand up to real world tests, meet my definition of crazy.
Put them out to pasture.
In science, as in love, a concentration on technique is likely to lead to impotence.
- Peter L. Berger
Technique is everything in science.
Rubbish like this is what keeps the Standard Model alive.
Nuke it already.
Boss: I just heard that light travels faster than sound. I'm wondering if I should shout when I speak, just so my lips appear to sync-up with my words.
Dilbert: A little knowledge can be a ridiculous thing.
- Scott Adams
The Standard Model is knowledge free. Like all acts of deception.
Another error is a conceit that the best has still prevailed and suppressed the rest.
- Francis Bacon (1561-1626)
To be clear, the Standard Model isn't anywhere near "the best".
It is the most profitable model.
And that has made all the difference.
An elementary particle that does not exist in particle theory should also not exist in cosmology.
More importantly, the reverse MUST be true...
#Adios SUZY. And take the Higgs with you.
You both stink.
A little learning is a dangerous thing.
- Alexander Pope
The Standard Model, a massive brainwashing effort, is unconcerned with dangerous things like learning.
It's better to read first rate science fiction than second rate science -- it's a lot more fun, and no more likely to be wrong.
- Martin Rees
Correct! Yet I'm surprised you would implicate your own field like this, Martin.
Once in a while a little truth slips out.
No experiment is ever a complete failure. It can always be used as a bad example.
- Paul Dickson
tEmP theories/theorists are gold mines of bad example.
Observations always involve theory.
- Edwin Powell Hubble
Keep this in mind, Cosmic Microwave Background diddlers.
You calculate a temperature 10120 times hotter than you measure.
So your theory that the CMB is the cosmic ghost of the big bang? Yup, worthless.
The external world of physics has become a world of shadows. In removing our illusions we have removed the substance, for we have seen that substance is one of the greatest of our illusions. Later we may inquire whether in our zeal to cut out all that is unreal we may not have used the knife too ruthlessly. Perhaps reality is a child which cannot survive without its nurse illusion. But if so, that is of little concern to the scientist, who has good and sufficient reasons for pursuing his investigations in the world of shadows and is content to leave to the philosopher the determination of its exact status in regard to reality.
- Arthur Eddington
We have a universe of energy. Ether.
Yet modern physics walked away from it, thanks to Einstein's relativity. That assumed no ether. AND NO MATTER OR ACCELERATION!
Kid you not. A theory based on assumptions this stupid has been a cornerstone component of physics for over 100 years.
In case you're wondering, they had to play the race card on everybody who doubted Einstein. Never fails.
"YOU'RE A RACIST! I win!!!"
Regular biology, as an "-ology", has to be "scientific", and this means in practice that it has to be made dull. Everything has to be expressed in utterly impersonal terms.
- Anthony Standen (1906-1993), "Science Is A Sacred Cow", 1950
Pathetic. There is simply no excuse for boring.
But it is a great way to cover your tracks -- bore them to death! Or baffle them with baloney.
And it starts with the name -- "Standard Model".
Standard...as in THE standard, right?
A Model...as in 'it models everything', right?
All well and good, except it does neither.
The Standard Model. Deliberately boring garbage.
Science becomes dangerous only when it imagines that it has reached its goal.
- George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)
Science becomes dangerous only when it pretends that it has reached its goal.
The Higgs is the latest and greatest example of this.
It is a good rule not to put overmuch confidence in the observational results that are put forward until they are confirmed by theory.
- Arthur Eddington
tEmP theorists make money from allegedly 'finding', and from NOT identifying, 'anomalies'.
Both of these are the opposite of progress.
Science is a cemetery of dead ideas, even though life may issue from them.
- Miguel de Unamuno
What life issues from science?
The quote is garbage. But then the author is a playwright, novelist and poet.
Science is continually correcting what it has said.
- Victor Hugo
It is bad enough when physicists try to peddle their broken theories...
Science proceeds more by what it has learned to ignore than what it takes into account.
- Galileo Galilei
No. All should be explained. Period.
Since the beginning of physics, symmetry considerations have provided us with an extremely powerful and useful tool in our effort to understand nature. Gradually they have become the backbone of our theoretical formulation of physical laws.
- Tsung-Dao Lee, "Particle Physics And An Introduction To Field Theory", 1981
You will rarely encounter garbage this rancid.
The capacity to blunder slightly is the real marvel of DNA. Without this special attribute, we would still be anaerobic bacteria and there would be no music.
- Lewis Thomas
Small lies, like data errors, are auto corrected.
Hence the need for big lies. Like the Standard Farce.
The growing process of intellectualization and rationalization does not imply a growing understanding of the conditions under which we live.
- Max Weber, "Science As A Vocation", 1918
Right, it implies the opposite.
Modern physics. Baffling us with bologna.
The history of science teaches only too plainly the lesson that no single method is absolutely to be relied upon, that sources of error lurk where they are least expected, and that they may escape the notice of the most experienced and conscientious worker.
- John William Strutt, Lord Rayleigh
And then there is the Standard Model, that is brimful of error, yet snorted by every tEmP theorist in town.
Modern physics is quite insane.
The intensity and quantity of polemical literature on scientific problems frequently varies inversely as the number of direct observations on which the discussions are based: the number and variety of theories concerning a subject thus often form a coefficient of our ignorance.
- Thomas Henry Holland
It should be called the Social Media coefficient.
The more worthless the speculation, the better it will do on social media.
The scientific method is the exclusion of subjective opinions, as far as possible, by the devising of experiments where observation can give objective answers, yes or no, to questions whether events are causally connected.
- Gavin de Beer
This ignores who it is that creates the stupid theories that tEmP theorists then follow like a massive herd of wildebeest.
A massive ship can be steered by one person. Like Feynman.
This sort of thing has got to be stopped. tEmP theorists are like slum landlords. It's my job to put them out of business.
- Spring-And-Loop Theory channelling Ludwig Wittgenstein
Tradition, with all its happy assumptions and necessary evils, all of its content majorities and stout killers, is not always a reliable guide.
- Matthew Scully
Truth more easily comes out of error than out of confusion.
- Francis Bacon (1561-1626)
Yes, the Standard Model is useful to finding the truth.
It is so clearly, obviously, embarrassingly wrong -- find the obvious deal-breakers and flip them around, and you are well on your way to truth.
"No ether"? Flip. Ether. Done.
"What do you think was the most important physics idea to emerge this year?"
"We won't know for a few years."
- Stephen Hawking
In other words, there was none.
Thanks for all the cash, though.
Where there is no knowledge,
ignorance calls itself science.
- George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)
GBShaw was always ahead of his time.
Science predicts that many different kinds of universe will be spontaneously created out of nothing. It is a matter of chance which we are in.
- Stephen William Hawking (1942-2018)
Hawking takes the ludicous multiverse notion and calls it science. When calling it even science fantasy would be too kind.
Pick your word:
All of them describe his quote.
I think the discovery of supersymmetric partners for the known particles would revolutionize our understanding of the universe.
- Stephen William Hawking (1942-2018)
Take the stupidest idea you've ever heard of.
Compared to this quote, that stupidest idea rocks!
Hawking was the Biden of physics. #Adios #Goodbye.
Michio Kaku, about the Standard Model
29:50: "no rhyme, no reason"
30:08: "it is the ugliest theory known to science"
30:10: "...but it works"
Like heck it does.
Imagine the idiocy of a person saying this.
Kaku is the Nietzsche of physics. Or the Salvador Dali. Hunter S.
Physicists kind of piss me off, 'cause they've always got their [bleeping] pale hands in my g*dd**n wallet, and stealing from my child's future, indebting her.
- Stefan Molyneux
My YouTube comment:
This guy is right on the money.
Modern (i.e. sham) physicists are one of the most destructive groups in society today.
Go be a [bleeping] engineer, you lazy, pasty b*st**ds. Go do something useful that people wanna buy. [Stop running to the g*dd**n government and getting them to spray bullets at everyone who doesn't want to fund your pocket-protecting women-repelling nerdy dweebiness.
- Stefan Molyneux
Go get a real job! Stop [bleeping] around with the essence of who-gives-a-crap and go make me an iPhone. Do something that the market wants! Don't be this gawdawful cliche like you're out of some terrible sitcom.
- Stefan Molyneux
You guys are worse than academics.
- Stefan Molyneux
We must ask whether our machine technology makes us proof against all those destructive forces which plagued Roman society and ultimately wrecked Roman civilization. Our reliance -- an almost religious reliance -- upon the power of science and technology to forever ensure the progress of our society, might blind us to some very real problems which cannot be solved by science and technology.
- Robert Strausz-Hupe, Philadelphia Inquirer, in 1978
It is no wonder the Standard Model is such a mess.
Such a deliberate mess.
Given that 'civilization' is based on the few leaching from the majority, extracting billions from pointless and hopelessly broken experiments every year is merely par for the corrupt course.
There is something fascinating about science.
One gets such wholesale returns of conjecture out of such a trifling investment of fact.
- Samuel Langhorne Clemens [Mark Twain] (1835-1910)
Yup. Horse manure is wildly profitable.
There is no greatness where simplicity, goodness and truth are absent.
- Leo Nikolayevich Tolstoy (1828-1910)
There is no greatness in the Standard Model]
Random chance was not a sufficient explanation of the Universe -- in fact, random chance was not sufficient to explain random chance; the pot could not hold itself.
- Robert Anson Heinlein (1907-1988)
The Standard Model is random nonsense. A hodge-podge.
A chance for every greedy sellout to make a buck.
And nothing more.
Men in general are as much affected by what a thing appears to be as by what it is. Indeed they are frequently influenced more by appearances than by reality.
- Niccolo di Bernardo dei Machiavelli (1469-1527)
The Standard Model appears to be correct, appears to be useful, appears to be the state of the art.
None of those are true.
It is difficult to deviate from an old line of thought 'just a little'. The radical departure is easier than the subtle deviation.
- Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951)
No doubt about it, Spring-And-Loop Theory is a substantial departure from tEmP theories.
Because tEmP theories are a series of small, seemingly unavoidable, but in fact highly devious major departures from sound scientific thinking.
Whereas Spring-And-Loop Theory is merely built on a foundation of common sense.
Found your opinions on facts, not prejudices. We know too many things that are not true.
- Charles Franklin Kettering (1876-1958)
Easy to say this.
Hard to put this into practice when you're a physics lover with bills to pay, and the only game in town is the Standard Garbage.
Which is why Einstein said physics should be practiced part time. No one should be paid for it.
Science is a wonderful thing if one does not have to earn one's living at it. One should earn one's living by work of which one is sure one is capable. Only when we do not have to be accountable to anybody can we find joy in scientific endeavor. - Albert Einstein
Intellect is what brings about the sense of fear because it is the intellect that rejects change and wants security.
- Ramesh S. Balsekar (1917-2009)
tEmP theorists, the supposed ultimate "intellectuals", have created the Standard Model of Fear.
And they enforce it in a way that fascist dictators everywhere would be proud of.
The human understanding when it has once adopted an opinion (either as being the received opinion or as being agreeable to itself) draws all things else to support and agree with it.
- Francis Bacon (1561-1626)
Once you're in a rut, it is increasingly hard to get out of it.
It is not a language's weakness but its strengths that control the gradient of its change. Alas, a language never escapes its embryonic sac.
- Alan Jay Perlis (1922-1990)
Since this is a quote about language...
"Weakness" should be "weaknesses".
"the gradient of its change" is similarly wrong, as there can only be multiple (i.e. plural) changes. And thus multiple gradients.
At this point the whole quote just falls apart.
The core thought is fatalistically wrong anyway...
Turns out Perlis was just an early computer guy, given an opportunity many of us would have strongly yearned after. But we're not in the club so such opportunities fall to creepy individuals with highly questionable motives instead.
He is mostly known for his list of "epigrams" that are frankly not worth the time it takes to read them.
Life has been full of such wastes of space. Time for that to end.
The weakness of all Utopias is that they take the greatest difficulty of man and assume it to be overcome, and then give an elaborate account of the overcoming of the smaller ones. They first assume that no man will want more than his share, and then are very ingenious in explaining whether his share will be delivered by motorcar or balloon.
- Gilbert Keith [G.K.] Chesterton (1874-1936)
The Standard Garbage is presented as a utopia, but the greatest difficulty -- finding a fully correct and complete model -- was never overcome.
Instead they have just lied and said it was.
While getting paid billions of dollars a year to look for supposedly priceless new realizations and discoveries...
That wouldn't be necessary to search for...
if the Standard Model was anything but Guaranteed Worthless.
There are some frauds so well conducted that it would be stupidity not to be deceived by them.
- Charles Caleb Colton (1780-1832)
The Standard Model is a well-conducted fraud.
Stuffed full of smaller frauds -- quarks, the very notion of hundreds of sub-atomic particles, the dark matter/dark energy placeholders.
There is a simple one-word reason why Wikipedia's list of unsolved problems in physics has hundreds of supposedly unanswered questions.
F R A U D.
The Standard Model is merely the most important among a large number of physics theories. It should be supported or opposed exactly to the degree which is warranted by its good or bad design, its accuracy or inaccuracy in rendering a correct and accurate model to the physics community as a whole.
Therefore it is absolutely necessary that there should be full liberty to tell the truth about the Standard Model's assumptions, and this means that it is exactly necessary to blame it when it is broken as to credit it when it gets the right answer.
Any other attitude in a physicist is both base and servile. To announce that there must be no criticism of the Standard Model, or that we are to stand by it, right or wrong, is not only disloyal to science and dogmatic, but is morally treasonable to the American public.
Nothing but the truth should be spoken about the Standard Model or any one else. But it is even more important to tell the truth, pleasant or unpleasant, about it than about any other theory.
- Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), 1918
This is the most important thing President Roosevelt ever said.
Because it can be generalized.
To fluoridation, vaccinations, GMO foods, microwave radiation... war, The Fed, and racism disguised as opposition to racism.
Being more or less bankrupt, the best thing that we can do is to attack the problem afresh without preconceived ideas. Let us begin by doubting every statement.
- Aleister Crowley
The most considerable difference I note among men is not in their readiness to fall into error, but in their readiness to acknowledge these inevitable lapses.
- Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-1895)
tEmP theorists admit no errors.
People never improve unless they look to some standard or example higher or better than themselves.
- Tryon Edwards (1809-1894)
Physics will never improve unless it looks to some standard better than the standard model.
I looked up 'standard' in the dictionary.
There are eleven different definitions.
- Dave Winer
There you have it.
He has taken a basically valid observation and extrapolated it somewhere into the Oort cloud.
- Dan Martinez, speaking of a tEmP theorist
This article is an endless litany of bogus conclusions based off of optimistic, yet flawed, assumptions.
- Steve Davis
The Standard Model is an endless litany of bogus conclusions based off of optimistic, yet flawed, assumptions.
Philosophy is a game with objectives and no rules.
Mathematics is a game with rules and no objectives.
The first sentence of that quote is nonsense, of course. Philosophy has rules but the Western world avoids talking about philosophy because it might lead to people starting to think.
The Existing Mainstream Physics theories are useless due to a lack of assumptions and a massively broken non-model.
Spring-And-Loop Theory is straightforward due to the right assumptions and simplest possible model.
Even doubt the doubt.
- Anatole France (1844-1924)
If you wish to progress, you must question everything.
But, as the number of proofs of a given thought add up, you should lower the need-to-prove priority of that thought.
Should you get into the hundreds or thousands of proofs, consider it close enough. Yet still, it could be an inferior "right answer", as the notion of "atoms" is.
The good is indeed the mortal enemy of the great.
The Standard Model is physics stuffed and mounted. Dead.
If you want a living, breathing and progressive theory, best you doubt the Stultified Model.
stultified: (1) cause to lose enthusiasm and initiative, especially as a result of a tedious or restrictive routine. (2) cause to appear foolish or absurd.
According to the Buddha's teachings, the most basic condition for happiness is freedom. Here we do not mean political freedom, but freedom from the mental formations of anger, despair, jealousy and delusion.
- Thich Naht Hanh
tEmP theorists will be a lot happier when they drop their Standard Monstrosity delusion.
Everything we call real
is made out of things
that cannot be regarded as real.
- Niels Bohr
Wrong. Like most things Bohr said and did. #Overrated.
The goal of science is to build better mousetraps.
The goal of nature is to build better mice.
Cute, but what to do when nature doesn't change? Like in the world of physics.
Answer: Sell the sizzle!
Smashing particles looks pretty hot...to pre-pubescent boys...who go on to become voting adults.
Pretty pictures of galaxies + mystical magical prose = here's a check to keep the scam going.
Exoplanets? They sell themselves, now that Star Wars & Star Trek are the most popular movies of all time.
Whatever you do, put the lie right up front.
Like in a stupid quote about better mice.
p. 106 - Appeal to antiquity - "the Standard Model has never been proven wrong!"
- Steven Novell's "The Skeptic's Guide To The Universe"
Data isn't information any more than fifty tons of cement is a skyscraper.
- Clifford Stoll
Particle smashing is nothing but data without information.
A forever scam -- "must go to higher energies / build bigger!!"
Alexander Unzicker's "The Higgs Fake" is a must read.
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