Gibberish Paper Written By IOS Autocomplete Accepted For Atomic And Nuclear Physics Conference

Posted: Oct 24 2016, 5:27am CDT | by , in Latest Science News


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Gibberish Paper Written by iOS Autocomplete Accepted for Atomic and Nuclear Physics Conference
  • A Document full of Gibberish accepted by Nuclear Physics Conference

Apparently, a document that was full of gibberish was accepted by a conference on nuclear physics.

The so-called serious paper was actually full of nonsense. It was on nuclear physics and had been typed out by iOS autocomplete. Yet the really absurd thing was that it had been accepted for a nuclear physics conference.

An associate professor received an email to submit a paper to the conference which was on nuclear physics. The distinguished gentleman didn’t have any experience regarding nuclear physics though. So he resorted to iOS autocomplete function to aid him in writing the paper.

According to the professor, he just began each sentence with random words such as “nuclear” or “atomic” and then allowed the iOS autocomplete function to take over from there onwards. The entire text didn’t make the least bit of sense. It was sheer nonsense and garbled speech that amounted to nothing.

Take this long-winded abstruse sentence: “The atoms of a better universe will have the right for the same as you are the way we shall have to be a great place for a great time to enjoy the day you are a wonderful person to your great time to take the fun and take a great time and enjoy the great day you will be a wonderful time for your parents and kids.”

This is a sample sentence that shows that it was just a tale told by an idiot (to quote Shakespeare).

As for the conclusion of the text it went something like this: “Power is not a great place for a good time”. The professor provided false illustrations for the paper as well.

As for the identity he used, it was a fake one. This bizarre paper was accepted by the nuclear physics conference only three hours after being submitted. The associate professor was told to prepare to make a presentation of the paper for the conference.

The professor said humorously later on that though iOS is a great software, he didn’t know that reaching tenure was a hairbreadth away. Although submitting the paper didn’t cost a single cent, the registration fee for the conference was $1099 which was a bit too steep.

The professor in question does not want to waste his money on such a conference peopled by such extremely shallow minds (as is obvious from such a nonsensical paper being accepted by its heads).

Nuclear physics deals in various abstractions that tend to spiral into a crescendo of often heady stuff that makes little to no sense.

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