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Comment on a Paper: “Ben-Naim’s ‘Pitfalls’: Don Quixote’s Windmill”, by Y. Fang, Open Journal of Biophysics, 2013, 3, 13-21

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This article is a response to Fangs article which criticizes statements never made by Ben-Naim and never appeared in the literature.

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Ben-Naim, A. (2013) Comment on a Paper: “Ben-Naim’s ‘Pitfalls’: Don Quixote’s Windmill”, by Y. Fang, Open Journal of Biophysics, 2013, 3, 13-21. Open Journal of Biophysics, 3, 275-276. doi: 10.4236/ojbiphy.2013.34032.

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