At the completion of our earlier work on the naturalistic underpinnings of the Pro Flow, it became necessary to introduce yet another explanatory factor responsible for the rare phenomenon we observe. Pros Flow in a wholly unique way, so uncharacteristic of either gapers or bros that it warrants further scientiﬁc inquiry. We know that Pro […]
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The work of a scientist is never finished. Although we venture to uncover the biggest and smallest mysteries of the universe, we often overlook natural phenomena that are so much a part of our everyday experience that they are simply accepted without further question. My previous treatise on Gaper-Bro Fluid Dynamics was incomplete. It lacked […]