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8/29/2014 4:13:31 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
I wrote this in college. I submitted it to a bunch of math journals and one finally picked it up for publication!

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8/29/2014 4:16:05 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 8/29/2014 4:13:31 PM, bluesteel wrote:
I wrote this in college. I submitted it to a bunch of math journals and one finally picked it up for publication!

http://imgur.com...

Holy crap you are smart...
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8/29/2014 4:25:08 PM
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At 8/29/2014 4:13:31 PM, bluesteel wrote:
I wrote this in college. I submitted it to a bunch of math journals and one finally picked it up for publication!

http://imgur.com...

Congratulations!
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8/29/2014 4:30:06 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 8/29/2014 4:13:31 PM, bluesteel wrote:
I wrote this in college. I submitted it to a bunch of math journals and one finally picked it up for publication!

http://imgur.com...

CONGRATS!
I'm so proud of you!
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8/29/2014 4:31:12 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 8/29/2014 4:13:31 PM, bluesteel wrote:
I wrote this in college. I submitted it to a bunch of math journals and one finally picked it up for publication!

http://imgur.com...

That's awesome, man. Congrats!
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8/29/2014 4:46:27 PM
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At 8/29/2014 4:13:31 PM, bluesteel wrote:
I wrote this in college. I submitted it to a bunch of math journals and one finally picked it up for publication!

http://imgur.com...

Please explain this in the simplest terms possible. What am I as someone who doesn't spend much time with complex math supposed to think of this. What does it prove or say. In what field of work would one use such math other than academics. I ask all these questions because I truly want to know what it means, how does one apply this math or style of math in a problem solving scenario? I can assure you I am being serious.
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8/29/2014 5:08:29 PM
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At 8/29/2014 4:16:05 PM, TUF wrote:
At 8/29/2014 4:13:31 PM, bluesteel wrote:
I wrote this in college. I submitted it to a bunch of math journals and one finally picked it up for publication!

http://imgur.com...

Holy crap you are smart...
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8/29/2014 5:10:54 PM
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Good job.
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8/29/2014 5:41:41 PM
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What do you guys think of it?
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8/29/2014 5:44:35 PM
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Congrats, bluesteel! I don't understand a word of it, but that's a wonderful accomplishment.
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8/29/2014 5:47:13 PM
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At 8/29/2014 5:41:41 PM, bluesteel wrote:
What do you guys think of it?

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8/29/2014 9:34:33 PM
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How did this get published? This paper is terrible.

You rely way too heavily on publications by "Bluesteel et al." Not to mention most of this stuff is pretty trivial- we already know the kovalevskaya conjecture is false, and your statement that local monodromies are a central problem in solving partial differential equations is just incorrect. Computational modeling has long been sufficiently advanced that Reiman-solvable manifolds can be reliably approximated by supercomputers available at any respectable research university.

None of this is useful, most of it is padding and fluff. I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title, but this isn't worth publishing.
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8/29/2014 9:41:57 PM
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Congratulations :) I am sure I would find it fascinating if I could understand it!
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8/30/2014 2:44:51 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 8/29/2014 9:34:33 PM, Raisor wrote:
How did this get published? This paper is terrible.

You rely way too heavily on publications by "Bluesteel et al." Not to mention most of this stuff is pretty trivial- we already know the kovalevskaya conjecture is false, and your statement that local monodromies are a central problem in solving partial differential equations is just incorrect. Computational modeling has long been sufficiently advanced that Reiman-solvable manifolds can be reliably approximated by supercomputers available at any respectable research university.

None of this is useful, most of it is padding and fluff. I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title, but this isn't worth publishing.

lol, this is ironic.... i can't even tell if u got the joke.
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8/30/2014 8:00:58 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 8/30/2014 2:44:51 AM, bluesteel wrote:
At 8/29/2014 9:34:33 PM, Raisor wrote:
How did this get published? This paper is terrible.

You rely way too heavily on publications by "Bluesteel et al." Not to mention most of this stuff is pretty trivial- we already know the kovalevskaya conjecture is false, and your statement that local monodromies are a central problem in solving partial differential equations is just incorrect. Computational modeling has long been sufficiently advanced that Reiman-solvable manifolds can be reliably approximated by supercomputers available at any respectable research university.

None of this is useful, most of it is padding and fluff. I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title, but this isn't worth publishing.

lol, this is ironic.... i can't even tell if u got the joke.

I understood the paper if that's what you mean. The math is pretty straightforward.
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8/30/2014 9:53:21 AM
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At 8/29/2014 5:41:41 PM, bluesteel wrote:
What do you guys think of it?

I don't believe you wrote it. No offense. But why would a mathematician go into law? Also, why isn't your real name on it instead of Bluesteel? That's a tell if I've ever seen one and am surprised no other University student has called you out on that point alone. I highly doubt you used that name on a College Thesis. Wait... thesis for what? You went to Law school. Yup, I don't believe this is your work.
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8/30/2014 9:55:58 AM
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At 8/30/2014 8:00:58 AM, Raisor wrote:
At 8/30/2014 2:44:51 AM, bluesteel wrote:
At 8/29/2014 9:34:33 PM, Raisor wrote:
How did this get published? This paper is terrible.

You rely way too heavily on publications by "Bluesteel et al." Not to mention most of this stuff is pretty trivial- we already know the kovalevskaya conjecture is false, and your statement that local monodromies are a central problem in solving partial differential equations is just incorrect. Computational modeling has long been sufficiently advanced that Reiman-solvable manifolds can be reliably approximated by supercomputers available at any respectable research university.

None of this is useful, most of it is padding and fluff. I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title, but this isn't worth publishing.

lol, this is ironic.... i can't even tell if u got the joke.

I understood the paper if that's what you mean. The math is pretty straightforward.

It may just be a bunch of Boole.
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8/30/2014 10:02:57 AM
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At 8/29/2014 5:41:41 PM, bluesteel wrote:
What do you guys think of it?

I can't even think of anything. I'm seriously just scrolling through the page, turning my phone off and looking at my reflection. Wondering when it will show who I really am.

But if it's real, which its not, congrats.

If not, lmfao to Raisor for taking the bait and acting all badass. That was too funny.
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8/30/2014 10:25:52 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 8/30/2014 8:00:58 AM, Raisor wrote:
At 8/30/2014 2:44:51 AM, bluesteel wrote:
At 8/29/2014 9:34:33 PM, Raisor wrote:
How did this get published? This paper is terrible.

You rely way too heavily on publications by "Bluesteel et al." Not to mention most of this stuff is pretty trivial- we already know the kovalevskaya conjecture is false, and your statement that local monodromies are a central problem in solving partial differential equations is just incorrect. Computational modeling has long been sufficiently advanced that Reiman-solvable manifolds can be reliably approximated by supercomputers available at any respectable research university.

None of this is useful, most of it is padding and fluff. I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title, but this isn't worth publishing.

lol, this is ironic.... i can't even tell if u got the joke.

I understood the paper if that's what you mean. The math is pretty straightforward.

lol ok got it. This paper was auto-generated using MathGen. [http://thatsmathematics.com...] I saw people posting all those auto-generated "criticism"/"call out" paragraphs and thought it'd be interesting to post this and see who called me out on it. And then I started feeling bad when people started congratulating me and when you (Raisor) actually wasted the time to read it in full. Thanks to everyone who congratulated me. I actually did get a legal paper published, and it finally came out three weeks ago. I'll just credit your well-wishes to that publication :). I'd share the specific article with you guys, but it has my full name, and I don't want to doxx myself on the site.

As to this paper, the irony was that I know too little about math to actually tell if your (Raisor's) response was serious or counter-trolling. All these words (Reiman, monodromies, etc...) are just gibberish to me. I'm surprised that the auto-generator does a good enough job that the article doesn't read like complete nonsense. Although I guess I shouldn't be that surprised. This auto-generator and others have fooled at least 120 publications into accepting gibberish papers. [https://www.google.com...] I'm surprised that it even did a good enough job that someone who understands the math would say, "I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title." Although I suspect on some level you (Raisor) were just being nice. I dunno. I'm curious -- were you? To the extent that the auto-generator could be used to write a satisfactory undergraduate honors thesis in 10 seconds, that's pretty impressive. It could save people a lot of time :P

Anyway, the math is pretty hard. But the dead giveaways were the sources and the fact that I wasn't a math major in college. As Raisor pointed out, the article auto-generated a lot of the sources as past "bluesteel" publications. A lot of them were allegedly published or written when I was a child.... The 1994 source, for example, [Borel & Bluesteel, Complex Set Theory..., Serbian Mathematics Society, 1994] would have been written/published when I was eight years old. Also, as blade-of-truth aptly pointed out, I didn't major in math. Although I *could have* and still have gone to law school [it doesn't matter what your undergrad major was for law school purposes], I *did not* major in math. I majored in Econ. We learned multi-variable calculus, but that's where my math education ends. I don't understand pretty much anything in that paper.

Anyways, kind of a mean joke. I realized that pretty quickly after posting this. Thanks again for the outpouring of support for my fake paper. And congrats to the people who called me out on it. You were correct.

And now, can we stop posting auto-generated paragraphs to the site plz?
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8/30/2014 10:27:07 AM
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At 8/30/2014 9:55:58 AM, Geogeer wrote:
At 8/30/2014 8:00:58 AM, Raisor wrote:
At 8/30/2014 2:44:51 AM, bluesteel wrote:
At 8/29/2014 9:34:33 PM, Raisor wrote:
How did this get published? This paper is terrible.

You rely way too heavily on publications by "Bluesteel et al." Not to mention most of this stuff is pretty trivial- we already know the kovalevskaya conjecture is false, and your statement that local monodromies are a central problem in solving partial differential equations is just incorrect. Computational modeling has long been sufficiently advanced that Reiman-solvable manifolds can be reliably approximated by supercomputers available at any respectable research university.

None of this is useful, most of it is padding and fluff. I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title, but this isn't worth publishing.

lol, this is ironic.... i can't even tell if u got the joke.

I understood the paper if that's what you mean. The math is pretty straightforward.

It may just be a bunch of Boole.

LOL. I thought that was funny. The title is auto-generated, but of all the ones to choose, "an example of Boole" was too perfect.
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8/30/2014 10:28:50 AM
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At 8/30/2014 9:55:58 AM, Geogeer wrote:
At 8/30/2014 8:00:58 AM, Raisor wrote:
At 8/30/2014 2:44:51 AM, bluesteel wrote:
At 8/29/2014 9:34:33 PM, Raisor wrote:
How did this get published? This paper is terrible.

You rely way too heavily on publications by "Bluesteel et al." Not to mention most of this stuff is pretty trivial- we already know the kovalevskaya conjecture is false, and your statement that local monodromies are a central problem in solving partial differential equations is just incorrect. Computational modeling has long been sufficiently advanced that Reiman-solvable manifolds can be reliably approximated by supercomputers available at any respectable research university.

None of this is useful, most of it is padding and fluff. I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title, but this isn't worth publishing.

lol, this is ironic.... i can't even tell if u got the joke.

I understood the paper if that's what you mean. The math is pretty straightforward.

It may just be a bunch of Boole.

Oh jesus christ, I get the joke now... and here I am pointing out the tells. -_- I need to stop posting when I first wake up.
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8/30/2014 10:29:16 AM
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At 8/30/2014 9:53:21 AM, Blade-of-Truth wrote:
At 8/29/2014 5:41:41 PM, bluesteel wrote:
What do you guys think of it?

I don't believe you wrote it. No offense. But why would a mathematician go into law? Also, why isn't your real name on it instead of Bluesteel? That's a tell if I've ever seen one and am surprised no other University student has called you out on that point alone. I highly doubt you used that name on a College Thesis. Wait... thesis for what? You went to Law school. Yup, I don't believe this is your work.

Andddddd now I get it... it's just a bunch of Boole.
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8/30/2014 11:23:39 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 8/30/2014 10:25:52 AM, bluesteel wrote:
At 8/30/2014 8:00:58 AM, Raisor wrote:
At 8/30/2014 2:44:51 AM, bluesteel wrote:
At 8/29/2014 9:34:33 PM, Raisor wrote:
How did this get published? This paper is terrible.

You rely way too heavily on publications by "Bluesteel et al." Not to mention most of this stuff is pretty trivial- we already know the kovalevskaya conjecture is false, and your statement that local monodromies are a central problem in solving partial differential equations is just incorrect. Computational modeling has long been sufficiently advanced that Reiman-solvable manifolds can be reliably approximated by supercomputers available at any respectable research university.

None of this is useful, most of it is padding and fluff. I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title, but this isn't worth publishing.

lol, this is ironic.... i can't even tell if u got the joke.

I understood the paper if that's what you mean. The math is pretty straightforward.

lol ok got it. This paper was auto-generated using MathGen. [http://thatsmathematics.com...] I saw people posting all those auto-generated "criticism"/"call out" paragraphs and thought it'd be interesting to post this and see who called me out on it. And then I started feeling bad when people started congratulating me and when you (Raisor) actually wasted the time to read it in full. Thanks to everyone who congratulated me. I actually did get a legal paper published, and it finally came out three weeks ago. I'll just credit your well-wishes to that publication :). I'd share the specific article with you guys, but it has my full name, and I don't want to doxx myself on the site.

As to this paper, the irony was that I know too little about math to actually tell if your (Raisor's) response was serious or counter-trolling. All these words (Reiman, monodromies, etc...) are just gibberish to me. I'm surprised that the auto-generator does a good enough job that the article doesn't read like complete nonsense. Although I guess I shouldn't be that surprised. This auto-generator and others have fooled at least 120 publications into accepting gibberish papers. [https://www.google.com...] I'm surprised that it even did a good enough job that someone who understands the math would say, "I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title." Although I suspect on some level you (Raisor) were just being nice. I dunno. I'm curious -- were you? To the extent that the auto-generator could be used to write a satisfactory undergraduate honors thesis in 10 seconds, that's pretty impressive. It could save people a lot of time :P

Anyway, the math is pretty hard. But the dead giveaways were the sources and the fact that I wasn't a math major in college. As Raisor pointed out, the article auto-generated a lot of the sources as past "bluesteel" publications. A lot of them were allegedly published or written when I was a child.... The 1994 source, for example, [Borel & Bluesteel, Complex Set Theory..., Serbian Mathematics Society, 1994] would have been written/published when I was eight years old. Also, as blade-of-truth aptly pointed out, I didn't major in math. Although I *could have* and still have gone to law school [it doesn't matter what your undergrad major was for law school purposes], I *did not* major in math. I majored in Econ. We learned multi-variable calculus, but that's where my math education ends. I don't understand pretty much anything in that paper.

Anyways, kind of a mean joke. I realized that pretty quickly after posting this. Thanks again for the outpouring of support for my fake paper. And congrats to the people who called me out on it. You were correct.

And now, can we stop posting auto-generated paragraphs to the site plz?

I didn't read the whole thing, the abstract was enough to tell me the paper wouldn't be particularly interesting. I skimmed some of the sections and looked at the citations to see whose work you were building on. Elliptic manifolds are something covered in most thermodynamic set theory classes. A basic understanding if them is needed for anyone wanting to do work on computational modeling of Nonlinear flux fields. Again, there hasn't been much new to say on the topic since Kahn's series of papers published in the late 70s. So yeah it was pretty obvious to see this paper was just a poor mishmash of other papers on some well explored topics like thunderdrome-monotonic surfaces and anti-Euclidean modular construction and lighting.
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8/30/2014 11:28:12 AM
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At 8/30/2014 10:02:57 AM, Adam_Godzilla wrote:
At 8/29/2014 5:41:41 PM, bluesteel wrote:
What do you guys think of it?

I can't even think of anything. I'm seriously just scrolling through the page, turning my phone off and looking at my reflection. Wondering when it will show who I really am.

But if it's real, which its not, congrats.

If not, lmfao to Raisor for taking the bait and acting all badass. That was too funny.

There's nothing to take the bait about, the paper is legit it's just mid attributed and built from several other well known papers. Did you read the paper? Jus because you don't understand what is at best upper level undergrad geologic theory doesn't mean other people can't. Do a quick google search on Reimann smoothing processes for the computational simplification of complex manifolds and you will see that the topic is pretty well understood.
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8/30/2014 11:31:28 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 8/30/2014 9:55:58 AM, Geogeer wrote:
At 8/30/2014 8:00:58 AM, Raisor wrote:
At 8/30/2014 2:44:51 AM, bluesteel wrote:
At 8/29/2014 9:34:33 PM, Raisor wrote:
How did this get published? This paper is terrible.

You rely way too heavily on publications by "Bluesteel et al." Not to mention most of this stuff is pretty trivial- we already know the kovalevskaya conjecture is false, and your statement that local monodromies are a central problem in solving partial differential equations is just incorrect. Computational modeling has long been sufficiently advanced that Reiman-solvable manifolds can be reliably approximated by supercomputers available at any respectable research university.

None of this is useful, most of it is padding and fluff. I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title, but this isn't worth publishing.

lol, this is ironic.... i can't even tell if u got the joke.

I understood the paper if that's what you mean. The math is pretty straightforward.

It may just be a bunch of Boole.

Elliptic manifolds are anti-Boolean. Malkmus and Bonham proved that.
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8/30/2014 1:16:09 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 8/30/2014 10:25:52 AM, bluesteel wrote:
At 8/30/2014 8:00:58 AM, Raisor wrote:
At 8/30/2014 2:44:51 AM, bluesteel wrote:
At 8/29/2014 9:34:33 PM, Raisor wrote:
How did this get published? This paper is terrible.

You rely way too heavily on publications by "Bluesteel et al." Not to mention most of this stuff is pretty trivial- we already know the kovalevskaya conjecture is false, and your statement that local monodromies are a central problem in solving partial differential equations is just incorrect. Computational modeling has long been sufficiently advanced that Reiman-solvable manifolds can be reliably approximated by supercomputers available at any respectable research university.

None of this is useful, most of it is padding and fluff. I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title, but this isn't worth publishing.

lol, this is ironic.... i can't even tell if u got the joke.

I understood the paper if that's what you mean. The math is pretty straightforward.

lol ok got it. This paper was auto-generated using MathGen. [http://thatsmathematics.com...] I saw people posting all those auto-generated "criticism"/"call out" paragraphs and thought it'd be interesting to post this and see who called me out on it. And then I started feeling bad when people started congratulating me and when you (Raisor) actually wasted the time to read it in full. Thanks to everyone who congratulated me. I actually did get a legal paper published, and it finally came out three weeks ago. I'll just credit your well-wishes to that publication :). I'd share the specific article with you guys, but it has my full name, and I don't want to doxx myself on the site.

As to this paper, the irony was that I know too little about math to actually tell if your (Raisor's) response was serious or counter-trolling. All these words (Reiman, monodromies, etc...) are just gibberish to me. I'm surprised that the auto-generator does a good enough job that the article doesn't read like complete nonsense. Although I guess I shouldn't be that surprised. This auto-generator and others have fooled at least 120 publications into accepting gibberish papers. [https://www.google.com...] I'm surprised that it even did a good enough job that someone who understands the math would say, "I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title." Although I suspect on some level you (Raisor) were just being nice. I dunno. I'm curious -- were you? To the extent that the auto-generator could be used to write a satisfactory undergraduate honors thesis in 10 seconds, that's pretty impressive. It could save people a lot of time :P

Anyway, the math is pretty hard. But the dead giveaways were the sources and the fact that I wasn't a math major in college. As Raisor pointed out, the article auto-generated a lot of the sources as past "bluesteel" publications. A lot of them were allegedly published or written when I was a child.... The 1994 source, for example, [Borel & Bluesteel, Complex Set Theory..., Serbian Mathematics Society, 1994] would have been written/published when I was eight years old. Also, as blade-of-truth aptly pointed out, I didn't major in math. Although I *could have* and still have gone to law school [it doesn't matter what your undergrad major was for law school purposes], I *did not* major in math. I majored in Econ. We learned multi-variable calculus, but that's where my math education ends. I don't understand pretty much anything in that paper.

Anyways, kind of a mean joke. I realized that pretty quickly after posting this. Thanks again for the outpouring of support for my fake paper. And congrats to the people who called me out on it. You were correct.

And now, can we stop posting auto-generated paragraphs to the site plz?

This explains why you didn't answer my questions.
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8/30/2014 5:35:45 PM
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Lol, that's a great website. Here's my thesis.

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8/30/2014 6:20:43 PM
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8/30/2014 6:57:31 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 8/30/2014 11:23:39 AM, Raisor wrote:
At 8/30/2014 10:25:52 AM, bluesteel wrote:
At 8/30/2014 8:00:58 AM, Raisor wrote:
At 8/30/2014 2:44:51 AM, bluesteel wrote:
At 8/29/2014 9:34:33 PM, Raisor wrote:
How did this get published? This paper is terrible.

You rely way too heavily on publications by "Bluesteel et al." Not to mention most of this stuff is pretty trivial- we already know the kovalevskaya conjecture is false, and your statement that local monodromies are a central problem in solving partial differential equations is just incorrect. Computational modeling has long been sufficiently advanced that Reiman-solvable manifolds can be reliably approximated by supercomputers available at any respectable research university.

None of this is useful, most of it is padding and fluff. I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title, but this isn't worth publishing.

lol, this is ironic.... i can't even tell if u got the joke.

I understood the paper if that's what you mean. The math is pretty straightforward.

lol ok got it. This paper was auto-generated using MathGen. [http://thatsmathematics.com...] I saw people posting all those auto-generated "criticism"/"call out" paragraphs and thought it'd be interesting to post this and see who called me out on it. And then I started feeling bad when people started congratulating me and when you (Raisor) actually wasted the time to read it in full. Thanks to everyone who congratulated me. I actually did get a legal paper published, and it finally came out three weeks ago. I'll just credit your well-wishes to that publication :). I'd share the specific article with you guys, but it has my full name, and I don't want to doxx myself on the site.

As to this paper, the irony was that I know too little about math to actually tell if your (Raisor's) response was serious or counter-trolling. All these words (Reiman, monodromies, etc...) are just gibberish to me. I'm surprised that the auto-generator does a good enough job that the article doesn't read like complete nonsense. Although I guess I shouldn't be that surprised. This auto-generator and others have fooled at least 120 publications into accepting gibberish papers. [https://www.google.com...] I'm surprised that it even did a good enough job that someone who understands the math would say, "I guess some minor work on elliptic manifolds is worthy of an undergrad honors title." Although I suspect on some level you (Raisor) were just being nice. I dunno. I'm curious -- were you? To the extent that the auto-generator could be used to write a satisfactory undergraduate honors thesis in 10 seconds, that's pretty impressive. It could save people a lot of time :P

Anyway, the math is pretty hard. But the dead giveaways were the sources and the fact that I wasn't a math major in college. As Raisor pointed out, the article auto-generated a lot of the sources as past "bluesteel" publications. A lot of them were allegedly published or written when I was a child.... The 1994 source, for example, [Borel & Bluesteel, Complex Set Theory..., Serbian Mathematics Society, 1994] would have been written/published when I was eight years old. Also, as blade-of-truth aptly pointed out, I didn't major in math. Although I *could have* and still have gone to law school [it doesn't matter what your undergrad major was for law school purposes], I *did not* major in math. I majored in Econ. We learned multi-variable calculus, but that's where my math education ends. I don't understand pretty much anything in that paper.

Anyways, kind of a mean joke. I realized that pretty quickly after posting this. Thanks again for the outpouring of support for my fake paper. And congrats to the people who called me out on it. You were correct.

And now, can we stop posting auto-generated paragraphs to the site plz?

I didn't read the whole thing, the abstract was enough to tell me the paper wouldn't be particularly interesting. I skimmed some of the sections and looked at the citations to see whose work you were building on. Elliptic manifolds are something covered in most thermodynamic set theory classes. A basic understanding if them is needed for anyone wanting to do work on computational modeling of Nonlinear flux fields. Again, there hasn't been much new to say on the topic since Kahn's series of papers published in the late 70s. So yeah it was pretty obvious to see this paper was just a poor mishmash of other papers on some well explored topics like thunderdrome-monotonic surfaces and anti-Euclidean modular construction and lighting.

I didn't read any of it... lol.

I actually enjoy the auto generated complaints/papers/etc.

But, maybe my sense of humor is off.
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