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I'm sure y'all have seen this post from NECSI:
It's interesting that the arXiv.org submission is 1.25 years old and the paper's just out in Nature Physics.
From the news article (first link) 8^):
> Siegenfeld says that’s because in physics, it’s not always necessary to know the details of the underlying objects or mechanisms to be able to produce useful and meaningful results.
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