Friday, August 20, 2010

An Otto E. Rössler cornucopia of madness

Thanks to our readers for the latest bumper crop of Rössler insanity! It comes at the perfect time, since there's no Rosa Al-Youssef column from El Naschie today.


From Telepolis, here's a 24 July 1998 article, Das Weltbild der Endophysik, from Prof. Rössler and Artur P. Schmidt. Original German or Google's English translation. It's a rich Pâté of mysticism, metaphysics and neuroscience spiced with physics buzzwords. There's this passage from the next-to-last paragraph:

Wissenschaft bürstet immer wieder die ganze Welt gegen den Strich. Die Begriffe Interface und Computer-Universum wurden in vielleicht unzulässiger Weise künstlerisch verfremdet. Eine Wissenschaft, die es vielleicht noch gar nicht gibt, wurde präsentiert. Entspricht das nicht der Eulenspiegelei von Sokal, der beweisen wollte, daß es keine wissenschaftlichen Standards mehr gibt?

Again and again, science brushes the whole world against the grain. The terms interface and computer universe were perhaps unduly artistically alienated. A science has been presented that perhaps does not even exist yet. Does this not correspond to the prank of Sokal who wanted to prove that scientific standards are not existent anymore?


of which our reader says

It seems that Rössler knows what he writes. He knows that he does not obey scientific standards. Rössler even says that his behavior would correspond to Sokal's famous hoax. Apparently, Rössler is indeed a professional fraudster.


Marc Fasnacht's reliably entertaining LHC-bashing site, achtphasen, has two recent Rössler communiqués. From 15 August, there's Open Letter: "Why Not Falsify a Proven Danger?" in which Rössler obsesses, as he often does, about non-Western youth. The last paragraph is so funny for over-the-top name dropping that I am dying to quote it here, but that would be a spoiler, so I'll refrain. Then, from 18 August, there's “Telemach Helped Ulysses Save Penelope – T-L-M-Ch Helps Einstein Save Earth”. Rössler tells the story of the Fate of the Suitors from Homer's Odyssey. But he casts it with Penelope as the planet Earth. She needs to be saved from the suitors, who are the 20 member states of CERN. Ulysses and Telemachus are played by Rössler and Einstein, but I'm not clear on which is which.

At Science 2.0, the two-year-old Interview: Professor Otto Rössler Takes On The LHC is still good reading. The interviewer, Alan Gillis, is excessively credulous. LHC opponents show up in the comment section, and are met with amusement and sarcasm. Hank Campbell, whose name readers may recall from our archive The Sockpuppets Soldier On, delivers both patient arguments and stinging smackdowns against the crackpots.

Also on Science 2.0, Rössler tells of a time before his LHC concerns:

I never really believed into that danger myself. I just tried hard to validate every single defense argument that I could come across: that it is no joke perhaps in the eyes of nature. For the whole suspicion had not been my own idea, it had been posed to me as a joke - or was it a riddle? A much more competent colleague whom I had consulted on my relativity paper had made the jokeful remark that my academic theorem in general relativity - with its sensitivity to historical undercurrents - could have repercussions on a certain three-letter acronym that I had never heard - LHC? - and laughed heartily. Was he serious?


The site http://www.consciousness.de/, a frame-riddled nightmare of bad Web page design, has two things of interest. At http://www.consciousness.de/chaos-rossler/FraPage.htm there is a shutdown notice and declaration that achtphasen is Rössler's new home on the Internet.



And at http://www.consciousness.de/chaos-rossler/RoeLit.htm there is a list of Rössler's publications. That's information we don't want to lose, so I'll put it at the bottom of this page for safe keeping. A reader remarks about some some specific entries in the list:

Ratjen, W. & O.E. Rössler: Clifford Algebra Applied to Arnold Schwarzenegger. Towards a Science of Consciousness Conference, Tucson 2004, Abstract book.

Rössler, O.E. & R. Rössler: The Lion and the Princess - Or How an Artificial Brain Changes the Attractivity of Locations through Simulated Encounters. In: Biophysical Journal Vol. 78, 2000, 253A.

The above articles certainly do not meet the standards of cognitive science.


I think everyone knows Arnold Schwarzenegger as the bodybuilder, actor, and governor of California.

Rössler, O.E.: An estimate on Planck's constant. In: Erdi, P. (ed.): Dynamical Phenomena in Neurochemistry: Theoretical Aspects. Budapest: Publications of the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1985, pp. 16-18.

Planck's constant does not have anything to do with neurochemistry.


It certainly doesn't.

Rössler, O.E.: Indistinguishability implies quantization. In: Takeno, S., T. Kawasaki & H. Tomita (eds.): Collected papers dedicated to Professor Kazuhisa Tomita on the occasion of his retirement from Kyoto University. Kyoto: Publication office for progress in theoretical physics., 1987, pp. 280-288.

Rössler, O.E.: Der Leibniz-Effekt: Das Symmetrie-induzierte Verschwinden von Realität. In: Rötzer, F. & P. Weibel (eds.): Strategien des Scheins: Kunst, Computer, Medien. München: Boer 1991, pp. 277-289.

Rössler, O.E.: Classical quantization: Two possible approaches. In: Casati, G. (ed.): Chaotic Behavior in Quantum Systems: Theory and Applications. New York: Plenum Press 1985, pp. 354-351.

Indistinguishability of particles is not only present in quantum mechanics, but also in ordinary classical statistical physics, where it leads to a factor of 1/N! in the partition function. Hence Rössler's repeated claims that indistinguishabillity would imply some form of quantisation is purely wrong.


The terse page http://www.consciousness.de/Impressum.htm contains only this center-justified text:

Impressum

Dies ist die Webseite des
Zentrums für Künstliche Humanintelligenz
Biesinger Str. 26
D - 72070 Tübingen
Webmaster und Copyrights: Walter Ratjen, Dipl.-Psych.
Das Z.K.H.I. ist eine Forschungsabteilung des Institutes für Medizinische Psychologie und Veraltensneurobiologie der Medizinischen Fakultät der Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen.
Für die Inhalte von Webseiten, auf die verwiesen wird, wird keine Verantwortung übernommen.
Diese Webseite ist nicht gewerblich.
Durch Verweise auf gewerbliche Webseiten, z.B. von Software-Firmen, ist keine gewerbliche Tätigkeit beabsichtigt.
Dieses Impressum gilt für die Webseiten www.consciousness.de, www.cahi.de, www.ptolemaios.de.
1. Februar 2005



A reader explains:

It is claiming that this site would be a "research division of the institute for medicinal psychology and behavioral neurology at University of Tübingen". University of Tübingen is where Rössler worked. However, the institute of behavioral Neurology is lead by the neurologist Nils Birbaumer. This is the guy who is quoted in Der Spiegel saying that he recommended Rössler for the Nobel prize. Birbaumer says:

Rössler sei "international der bekannteste und geachtetste Naturwissenschaftler an der Universität Tübingen in diesem Jahrhundert" und habe "nachhaltig das gesamte Weltbild des modernen Menschen beeinflusst", schreibt Birbaumer in seiner Begründung

Rössler would be the most known and most honored natural scientist of Tübingen in this century and has sustainably shaped the entire picture of the world of modern men.


This is a rather strange conclusion from material that itself claims to be esoteric. The frontpage http://www.consciousness.de/ reads: "Artificial Human Intelligence is a philosophical issue. Technology is the actual form of metaphysics. This turns A.H.I. into an esoteric discipline."

On RelativeKritisch we have 26 June 2010 analysis from commenter "Benni" showing some of Rössler's early ideas to be crackpottery.

07:00: Original German or Google's English translation. (Translator doesn't always preserve direct jumps to the correct page location so you may have to scroll a bit to find the time stamp.)

15:47: Original German or Google's English translation.



Literaturliste Otto E. Rössler

Diebner, Hans H., Th. Kirner & O.E.Rössler: Time Reversibility and the Logical Structure of the Universe. in: Z Naturforschung 51 a, 960-962 (1996)
Diebner, Hans H. & O.E.Rössler: Deterministic Continuous Molecular Dynamics Simulation of a Chemical Oscillator. in: Z Naturforschung 50 a, 1139,-1140 (1995)
Diebner, Hans H. & O.E.Rössler: A Deterministic Entropy Based on the Instantaneous Phase Space Volume. in: Z Naturforschung 53 a, 51-60 (1998)
Diebner, Hans H. & O.E.Rössler: A Deterministic Entropy to Monitor the Evolution of Microscopically Simulated far-from Equilibrium Structures. in: Chaos, Solitons and Fractals, 19/4, 699-703 (2004)
ElNaschie, M.S., Rössler, O.E. & I. Prigogine (eds.): Quantum Mechanics, Diffusion, and Chaotic Fractals. Oxford: Elsevier-Pergamon 1995.
Grond, F., H.H. Diebner, S. Sahle, A. Mathias, S. Fischer& O. E. Rössler: A Robust Locally Interpretable Algorithm for Lyapunov Exponents. in: Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 16, 841-852 (2003)
Hartmann, G.C., Radons, G. H.H. Diebner & O.E. Rössler: Staircase Baker's Map Generates Flaring-type Time Series. in: Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society 5, 107-120, (2000)
Kuypers, H., O.E. Rössler & P. Bosetti: Matterwave-Doppler effect, A New Implication of Planck's Formula (in German). In: WechselwirkungVol. 25(2), 2003, 26-27.
Nadler, W. H.H. Diebner & O.E.Rössler: Space DiscretizedVerlet Algorithm from a Variational Principle. in: Z Naturforschung 52 a, 585-587 (1997)
Ratjen, W. & O.E. Rössler: Hoffnung und Enttäuschung in einem simulierten Bewußtsein. In: Verband deutscher Ingenieure: Computational Intelligence im industriellen Einsatz. VDI-Berichte Nr. 1526, Düsseldorf: VDI-Verlag 2000.
Ratjen, W. & O.E. Rössler: Marvinian Hope, Disappointment. English translation of Ratjen & Rössler (2000). cahi
Ratjen, W. & O.E. Rössler: Clifford Algebra Applied to Arnold Schwarzenegger. Towards a Science of Consciousness Conference, Tucson 2004, Abstract book. Also on cahi
Rössler, O.E.: A Synthetic Approach to Exotic Kinetics. in: Lecture Notes in Biomathematics, Levin, S. (ed.). Berlin: Springer 1973, pp. 577-578.
Rössler, O.E.: Chemical Automata in Homogeneous and Reaction Diffusion Kinetics. in: Lecture Notes in Biomathematics, Levin, S. (ed.). Berlin: Springer 1973, pp. 342-369.
Rössler, O.E.: Adequate Locomotion Strategies for an Abstract Organism in an Abstract Environment. In: Lecture Notes in Biomathematics Vol. 4, 1974, pp. 342-369.
Rössler, O.E.: An equation for continuous chaos. In: Physics Letters Vol. 57A no. 5, 1976, pp 397-398.
Rössler, O.E.: An equation for hyperchaos. In: Physics Letters Vol. 71A no 2,3, 1979, pp. 155-157.
Rössler, O.E.: A Universal Simulator. In: Banathy, B.H. (ed.): Systems Science and Science. Proceedings of the 24th Annual North American Meeting of the Society for General Systems Research with the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences. San Francisco, Jan 7-10, 1980. Louisville: Society for General Systems Research, 1980, pp. 143-145.
Rössler, O.E.: Chaos and Bijections across Dimensions. In: Holmes, P.J. (ed.): New Approaches to Nonlinear Problems in Dynamics. Philadelphia: Siam 1980, pp. 477-486.
Rössler, O.E.: An Artificial Cognitive Map System. In: BioSystems Vol. 13, 1981, pp. 203-209.
Rössler, O.E.: An Artificial Cognitive-plus-Motivational System. In: Progress in Theoretical BiologyVol. 6, Academic Press Inc.
Rössler, O.E.: Chaos and Chemistry. In: Vidal C. & A. Pacault (eds.): Nonlinear Phenomena in Chemical Dynamics. Berlin: Springer 1981, pp. 79-87.
Rössler, O.E.: Macroscopic behavior in a simple chaotic Hamiltonian system. In: Garrido, L. (ed.): Proceedings of the Sitges Conference on Statistical Mechanics. Sept. 5 - 11, 1982, "Dynamical Systems and Chaos". Lecture Notes in Physics Vol. 179, 67-77, 1983.
Rössler, O.E.: Classical quantization: Two possible approaches. In: Casati, G. (ed.): Chaotic Behavior in Quantum Systems: Theory and Applications. New York: Plenum Press 1985, pp. 354-351.
Rössler, O.E.: An estimate on Planck's constant. In: Erdi, P. (ed.): Dynamical Phenomena in Neurochemistry: Theoretical Aspects. Budapest: Publications of the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1985, pp. 16-18.
Rössler, O.E.: Endophysics. In: Casti, J.L. & A. Karlquist (eds.): Real Brains, Artificial Minds. New York: North Holland 1987, pp. 25.
Rössler, O.E.: Indistinguishability implies quantization. In: Takeno, S., T. Kawasaki & H. Tomita (eds.): Collected papers dedicated to Professor Kazuhisa Tomita on the occasion of his retirement from Kyoto University. Kyoto: Publication office for progress in theoretical physics., 1987, pp. 280-288.
Rössler, O.E.: A chaotic 1-D gas: Some implications. In: Kim, Y.S. & W.W.Zachary (eds.): The Physics of Phase Space. Lecture Notes in Physics Vol. 278. Berlin: Springer, 1987, pp. 9-11.
Rössler, O.E.: Explicit dissipative structures. In: Foundations of Physics Vol. 17, 1987, pp. 679-688.
Rössler, O.E.: Boscovitch's Observer-centered Explanation of the Nonclassical Nature of Reality. In: Lahti, P. (ed.): Report Series Abstracts of the Symposium on the Foundation of Modern Physics, August 13-17, 1990, Joensuu, Finland. Turku: University of Turku, Dept. of Physical Sciences, 1990, pp. 153-156.
Rössler, O.E.: Four Open Problems in Four Dimensions. In: Baier, G. & M. Klein (eds.): A Chaotic Hierarchy. Festschrift for O.E.Rössler on the Occasion of his 50th Birthday. Singapore: World Scientific 1991, pp. 365-369.
Rössler, O.E.: Der Leibniz-Effekt: Das Symmetrie-induzierte Verschwinden von Realität. In: Rötzer, F. & P. Weibel (eds.): Strategien des Scheins: Kunst, Computer, Medien. München: Boer 1991, pp. 277-289.
Rössler, O.E.: A Causal Explanation for Quantum Mechanics. In: Lasker, G.E., T. Koizumi & J. Pohl (eds.): Advances in Information Systems Research. Windsor: The International Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics, 1991, pp. 581-589.
Rössler, O.E.: Boscovich Covariance. In: Casti, J.L. & A. Karlquist (eds.): Beyond Belief: Randomness, Prediction, and Explanation in Science. Boca Raton: CRC 1991, pp. 65-87.
Rössler, O.E.: Singular Perturbation Homoclinic Hyperchaos. In: Szemplinska-Stupnicka, W. & H. Troger (eds.): Engineering Applications of Dynamics of Chaos. Wien: Springer 1991, pp. 139-147.
Rössler, O.E.: The Future of Chaos. In: Kim, J.H. & J. Stringer (eds.): Applied Chaos. New York: Wiley 1992, pp. 457-465.
Rössler, O.E.: Endophysik. Die Welt des inneren Beobachters. Berlin: Merve 1992.
Rössler, O.E.: The Transparent Medium. In: Weibel, P., T. Grunert & M. Janssen (eds.): On Justifying the Hypothetical nature of Art and the Nonidentity of the Objective World. Köln: König 1992.
Rössler, O.E.: The Shadow Principle: Is Physical Reality full of Correlations with the Observer? In: Tsuda, I., B.A.Huberman, O.E.Rössler & I. Percival (eds.): International Symposion on Information Physics. Iizuka: Fujiki 1992, pp. 134-141.
Rössler, O.E.: Hyper Shil'nikov Chaos. In: Australian Mathematical Society Annual Conference, Perth, July 6-10, 1992, Abstracts Book. Perth: University of Western Australia 1992, pp. 21.
Rössler, O.E.: Interactional Bifurcation in Human Interaction. A Formal Approach. In: Tschacher, W. & E.J. Brunner (eds.): Self-Organization and Clinical Psychology. Berlin: Springer 1992, pp. 229-236.
Rössler, O.E.: Ist unsere Welt eine virtuelle Realität? In: Rötzer, F. & P. Weibel (Hrsg.): Cyberspace: Zum medialen Gesamtkunstwerk. München: Boer 1993, pp. 256-266.
Rössler, O.E.: Singular-Continuous Nowhere Differentiability in Attractors. In: Andersson, S. I. & U. Ottoson (eds.): Dynamical Systems. Theory and Applications. Singapore: World Scientific, 1993, pp. 205-232.
Rössler, O.E.: Endophysics. Descartes Taken Seriously. In: Atmanspacher, H. & G.J. Dalenoort (eds.): Inside vs. Outside. Berlin: Springer 1994, pp. 153-161.
Rössler, O.E.: Chaos: The Surprises of Smooth Flows. In: Yamaguti, M. (ed.): Towards the Harnessing of Chaos. London: Elsevier 1994, pp. 323-333.
Rössler, O.E.: Chaos, Rationalität und das "bad-trip" Problem. In: Braitenberg, V. & I. Hosp (eds.): Evolution, Entwicklung und Organisation in der Natur. Reinbek. Rowohlt 1994, pp. 107-119.
Rössler, O.E.: Was ist Chaos? In: Bremer, H., Habermeier, S. & S. Wladarsch (eds.): Chaos und Strukturbildung. Technische Universität München: Faktum 1994, pp. 151-155.
Rössler, O.E.: Chaos und Endophysik. In: Mainzer, K. & W. Schirmacher (ed.): Quanten, Chaos und Dämonen. Mannheim: B. I. Wissenschaftsverlag 1994, pp. 220-235.
Rössler, O.E.: Microconstructivism. In: Physica D Vol 75, 1994, pp. 438-448.
Rössler, O.E.: Intra-observer Chaos: Hidden Root of Quantum Mechanics? In: Chaos, Solitons, Fractals Vol. 4, 1994, 415-421.
Rössler, O.E.: An Introduction to Chaos. In: Int. Journal Intell. Systems Vol. 10, 1995, 1-13.
Rössler, O.E.: Das Flammenschwert. Wie hermetisch ist die Schnittstelle des Mikrokonstruktivismus? Bern: Benteli 1996.
Rössler, O.E.: Endophysics. The World as an Interface. Singapore: World Scientific 1998.
Rössler, O.E.: The Gulliver Effect. In: Diebner, H.H., T. Druckrey & P. Weibel (eds.): Sciences of the Interface. Tübingen: Genista 2001, pp. 1-6.
Rössler, O.E.: Nonlinear Dynamics, Artificial Cognition and Galactic Export. In: Dubois, D. (ed.): Computing Anticipatory Systems. American Institute of Physics: Conference Proceedings Vol. 718, pp. 47-67, Melville, NY 2004.
Rössler, O.E.: Needle People and Pancake People: The Gulliver Effect. In: Weibel, P., O. Garnet & O.E. Rössler: Space Time Physics and Fractality. Festschrift in Honour of Mohamed ElNashie on the Occasion of his 60th Birthday. New York: Springer, 2005, pp. 60-64.
Rössler, O.E., H.H. Diebner & W. Pabst: Micro Relativity. in: Z Naturforschung 52 a, 593-599 (1997)
Rössler, O.E. & M. Hoffmann: Quasiperiodization in classical hyperchaos. In: Journal of Comparative Chemistry Vol. 8, 1987, pp. 510-515.
Rössler, O.E., Kuypers, H., H.H. Diebner & M.S.ElNashie: Almost Black Holes: An old-new Paradigm. in: Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 9, 1052-1034 (1998)
Rössler, O.E., H. Kuypers & H. Parisi: Gravitational Slowing Down of Clocks Implies Proportional Size Increase. In: Lecture Notes in Physics Vol. 503, 1998, pp. 370-372.
Rössler, O.E. & R. Rössler: Is the Mind-Body-Interface Microscopic? In: Theoretical Medicine, Vol. 14, 1993, pp. 153-165.
Rössler, O.E. & R. Rössler: Chaos in Physiology. In: Integrative Physiological and Behavioural Science Vol. 28, 1994, 328-333.
Rössler, O.E. & R. Rössler: The Lion and the Princess - Or How an Artificial Brain Changes the Attractivity of Locations through Simulated Encounters. In: Biophysical Journal Vol. 78, 2000, 253A.
Rössler, O.E., R. Rössler & P. Weibel: Die Welt als Schnittstelle. In: Rötzer, F. (Hrsg.): Vom Chaos zur Endophysik. München: Boer 1994, pp. 369-381.
Rössler, O.E., R. Wais & R. Rössler: Singular-continuous Weierstrass-function Attractors. In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks. Iizuka, Japan, July 17-22, 1992, pp. 909-912.
Seaman, Bill & O.E. Rossler: Toward the Creation of an Intelligent Situated Computer and Related Robotic System: An Intra-functional Network of Living Analogies. Nov 8, 2005. (PDF-copies available upon request).

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http://digitalmedia.risd.edu/billseaman/professional.php
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/r.stow1/blip34.htm
http://www.postautonomy.co.uk/blog/node/70
http://opencongress.omweb.org/modules/wakka/Rossler
http://digitalmedia.risd.edu/billseaman/pdf/intra-funct.analogies.pdf
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5 comments:

  1. regarding to Blackholes, I think that this comment of Rössler here is interesting:
    http://www.science20.com/comments/4743/Dear_Mr_Degraves_Thank_you


    Rössler writes:

    I never really believed into that danger myself. I just tried hard to validate every single defense argument that I could come across: that it is no joke perhaps in the eyes of nature. For the whole suspicion had not been my own idea, it had been posed to me as a joke - or was it a riddle? A much more competent colleague whom I had consulted on my relativity paper had made the jokeful remark that my academic theorem in general relativity - with its sensitivity to historical undercurrents - could have repercussions on a certain three-letter acronym that I had never heard - LHC? - and laughed heartily. Was he serious?

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  2. I think the impressum http://www.consciousness.de/Impressum.htm is interesting. Please save this also.

    The reason is that it says:
    Dies ist die Webseite des
    Zentrums für Künstliche Humanintelligenz
    Biesinger Str. 26
    D - 72070 Tübingen
    Webmaster und Copyrights: Walter Ratjen, Dipl.-Psych.
    Das Z.K.H.I. ist eine Forschungsabteilung des Institutes für Medizinische Psychologie und Veraltensneurobiologie der Medizinischen Fakultät der Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen.


    It is claiming that this site would be a "research division of the institute for medicinic psychology and behavioral neurology at University Tübingen.

    University Tübingen is where Rössler worked.

    However, the institute of behavioral Neurology is lead by the neurologist Nils Birbaumer:

    http://www.mp.uni-tuebingen.de/mp/index.php?id=62

    This is the guy who is quoted in
    http://www.spiegel.de/unispiegel/studium/0,1518,151581,00.html

    that he recomended Rössler for the nobel prize. Birbaumer says:
    . Rössler sei "international der bekannteste und geachtetste Naturwissenschaftler an der Universität Tübingen in diesem Jahrhundert" und habe "nachhaltig das gesamte Weltbild des modernen Menschen beeinflusst", schreibt Birbaumer in seiner Begründung

    (translation: Rössler would be the most known and most honored natural scientist of Tübingen in this century and has sustainably shaped the entire picture of the world of modern men.)


    This is a rather strange colclusion of material that itself claims to be esoteric. The frontpage http://www.consciousness.de/ reads:

    "Artificial Human Intelligence is a philosophical issue. Technology is the actual form of metaphysics. This turns A.H.I. into an esoteric discipline."

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  3. A search does not locate the article

    Rössler, O.E. & R. Rössler: The Lion and the Princess - Or How an Artificial Brain Changes the Attractivity of Locations through Simulated Encounters. In: Biophysical Journal Vol. 78, 2000, 253A.

    At least not in Biophysical Journal. I wonder where he thinks this was published?

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  4. You're right, Paul! According to Google Scholar, neither Otto nor Reimara Rössler have ever published anything in Biophysical Journal.

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