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Comment: Re:true? (Score 1) 280 280

You can also think about it this way. If this was conclusive evidence of the axion, it would have been published in Science or Nature. At a minimum, it would be worth a Physical Review Letter. However, it was published in the Journal of Physics G which is somewhat less prestigious. This is even worse than the pentaquark. The pentaquark might not exist, but at least it was mentioned in Science.

If the facts don't fit the theory, change the facts. -- Albert Einstein

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