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TiL that a cat once co-authored a physics paper. In 1975, a physicist had just finished writing paper and was ready to publish but realized that he had used
'we' instead of throughout, despite being the sole author, Not wanting to edit the paper, he listed his cat, Chester, as co-author,
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This is the cat, by the way:
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Ok but the best partis, physicists loved the joke. When people called the author's university and he wasn't available, they'd ask to speak with the co- author instead. The author issued a limited number of copies of the article signed by both authors. (Chester's was obviously a pawprint.) And to this day, physios papers will often have D.C Willard (Fellx Domesticus, Chester Willlard
[Willard was the author's father's namel) mentioned in the footnotes thanking
that TiL that a cat once co-authored a physics paper. In 1975, a physicist had just finished writing paper and was ready to publish but realized that he had used 'we' instead of throughout, despite being the sole author, Not wanting to edit the paper, he listed his cat, Chester, as co-author, via httpysift.tv2pvbude This is the cat, by the way: {trust him BE coomsniner id Ok but the best partis, physicists loved the joke. When people called the author's university and he wasn't available, they'd ask to speak with the co- author instead. The author issued a limited number of copies of the article signed by both authors. (Chester's was obviously a pawprint.) And to this day, physios papers will often have D.C Willard (Fellx Domesticus, Chester Willlard [Willard was the author's father's namel) mentioned in the footnotes thanking