February 3, 2011

Also not a punk band.

Much like the coefficient of alienation, obliteration by incorporation is not a punk band.

"The obliteration phenomenon is a concept in library and information science, referring to the tendency for truly ground-breaking research papers to fail to be cited after the ideas they put forward are fully accepted into the orthodox world view. For example, Albert Einstein's paper on the theory of relativity is rarely cited in modern research papers on physical cosmology, despite its direct relevance."

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