Writing papers that have titles posed as questions isn’t very common, but perhaps it should be. It makes wiritng the abstract potentially very simple.
Does this conversation sounds familiar?
Submitted by the German Biochemist and Nobel laureate, Otto Warburg (1883-1970) to the ‘Notgemeinschaft der Deutschen Wissenschaft’ (Emergency Association of German Science), the application, which consisted of a single sentence, “I require 10,000 marks”, was funded in full. Published in Koppenol et al., Nature Reviews Cancer …
John Oliver commenting on the problem and even featuring Brian Nosek!