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Note in particular the reaction of Journal of Fluid Mechanics and a group of editors on Wikipedia as concerns the the new resolution of d'Alembert's paradox , and of an influential group of pure mathematicians as concerns the Clay problem.

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aimed at preventing the development of new ideas threatening established paradigms.

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aimed at preventing the development of new ideas threatening established paradigms. But it also shows a growing acceptance of our work by publication in leading journals such as Journal of Mathematical Fluid Mechanics and BIT Numerical Mathematics.

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of Mathematical Fluid Mechanics, which signifies an important break-through.

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This forum offers real life experience in real time of the techniques used by established scientific communities, (identified by Thomas Kuhn in his famous The Structure of Scientific Revolutions) aimed at preventing the development of new ideas threatening established paradigms.

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The forum may serve to exhibit, in the spirit of Thomas Kuhn, the techniques established scientific communities can use to prevent the development of new ideas threatening established paradigms. Referee's reports and editor decisions are presented followed by comments by the authors of the articles. Editors and referees are urged to motivate their standpoints, and in particular refrain from simply

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The purpose is to exhibit in the spirit of Kuhn how established scientific communities seek to prevent the development of new ideas threatening established paradigms. Referee's reports and editor decisions are presented followed by comments by the authors. Editors and referees are urged to motivate their standpoints in a forum debate open to everybody.

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