Better still are the citations. Oh, the citations. This bold new scientific journey cites solid academic work from the likes of a certain M. Jackson, B. Sagdiyev (otherwise known as Borat), and noted scholar A.S. Hole, plus recently published papers from real, but very dead scientists like Bernoulli and Laplace. According to the paper's rich treasure trove of references, porn star Ron Jeremy has been moonlighting as an author in the journal Transactions of the Chinese Mathematical Society, (a journal that, according to a cursory Google search, doesn't exist) with a 1992 publication called "On completeness methods in transductive system theory." In what should have been a huge tip off, they even cite Alan Sokal's infamous hoax paper published by the journal Social Text, which caused quite the hullabaloo in 1996.