Vol.4 : Computational Turbulent Incompressible Flow

16 February 2006

Dr. Johan Hoffman
School of Computer Science and Communication
KTH
Stockholm SE-10044
SWEDEN
Ref: 1126210

Dear Dr. Hoffman:

Thank you for submitting your manuscript "Is the World a Clock with Finite Precision?" to Science. Because your manuscript was not given a high priority rating during the initial screening process, we will not be able to send it out for in-depth review. Although your analysis is interesting, we feel that the scope and focus of your paper make it more appropriate for a more specialized journal. We are therefore notifying you so that you can seek publication elsewhere.

We now receive many more interesting papers than we can publish. We therefore send for in-depth review only those papers most likely to be ultimately published in Science. Papers are selected on the basis of discipline, novelty, and general significance, in addition to the usual criteria for publication in specialized journals. Therefore, our decision is not necessarily a reflection of the quality of your research but rather of our stringent space limitations.

We wish you every success when you submit the paper elsewhere.

Sincerely,

Brooks Hanson Deputy Editor, Physical Sciences


Dr. Johan Hoffman
School of Computer Science and Communication
KTH
Stockholm SE-10044
SWEDEN
Ref: 1125222

Dear Dr. Hoffman:

Thank you for submitting your manuscript "Finally: Resolution of d'Alembert's Paradox" to Science. Because your manuscript was not given a high priority rating during the initial screening process, we will not be able to send it out for in-depth review. Although your analysis is interesting, we feel that the scope and focus of your paper make it more appropriate for a more specialized journal. We are therefore notifying you so that you can seek publication elsewhere.

We now receive many more interesting papers than we can publish. We therefore send for in-depth review only those papers most likely to be ultimately published in Science. Papers are selected on the basis of discipline, novelty, and general significance, in addition to the usual criteria for publication in specialized journals. Therefore, our decision is not necessarily a reflection of the quality of your research but rather of our stringent space limitations.

We wish you every success when you submit the paper elsewhere.

Sincerely, Marc Lavine, Ph.D.Associate Editor

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