A new entry in the best title every competition:
arXiv:0810.0827: Sine function with a cosine attitude
Authors: A. D. Alhaidari
Someday I promise that I will use the phrase “an exponential function with a logarithmic attitude.”
Lately, I kind of like the sci-fi feel of:
arXiv:0808.0839 (replaced) [ps, pdf, other]
Title: Phantom stars and topology change
Authors: Andrew DeBenedictis, Remo Garattini, Francisco S. N. Lobo
Comments: 19 pages, 13 figures. V2: Extended version of the paper accepted for publication in Physical Review D
Subjects: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology (gr-qc); Astrophysics (astro-ph); High Energy Physics – Theory (hep-th)
From the abstract;
The latter vanishes at the origin whereas the derivative of the former becomes zero there.
So the latter is the derivative of the former? Or more precisely; the asymptotically sine one has a derivative that’s asymptotically cosine. Whodathunk?
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