More stupid commercial journal publisher tricks: Wiley won't honor my institutional subscription unless I enable third-party cookies in my browser. So I can (1) decrease my browser security on all sites (2) not read papers by László Babai on J. Graph Theory, (3) ask my librarian for a copy, making much more work and delay for all but maybe letting the publisher know how much negative value-added they're providing, or (4) become a pirate.

Sci-Hub (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sci-Hub) to the rescue! Yo ho!

Also while I'm picking on Wiley, how did the following paper ever pass peer review for their journal _Concurrency and Computation, Practice and Experience_ (or even a basic sanity check that it has a coherent topic that fits the mission of the journal? doi.org/10.1002/cpe.5484

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@11011110 Very impressive! They mention casually in the abstract that P=NP

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