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An abnormally slowly revolving neutron star generating peculiar radio pulses has been discovered, according to a recent announcement by an international team of researchers led by Dr. Manisha Caleb of the University of Sydney. These models exist for legitimate reasons—many earlier findings have been improved by historical research to produce data sets with baselines, normal parameters, and observable/testable phenomena—but that doesn’t mean outliers never appear. The outliers can occasionally be absurd — too good to be true, the result of instrumentation problems, or something like that. And occasionally, they can be very interesting, having the power to alter our perceptions of science, reveal previously unknown objects, and even turn those models on their heads.
Credit Space Lab