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Comment Re:true? (Score 1) 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.

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