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Ten questions to facilitate discussions during the workshop

Presented by: 
S Chernyshenko Imperial College London
Monday 8th September 2008 - 14:00 to 14:20
INI Seminar Room 1
Session Chair: 
P Manneville

Turbulence research is distinguished by its complexity making rigorous results scarce. This comparative lack of objectivity is a matter of concern for the turbulence research community, even though it does consist of most brilliant and creative researchers. Logic standards are best maintained in face-to-face discussions, for which the present workshop provides an excellent opportunity. The desire to use it in full motivates this talk. Several questions linking seemingly unrelated results are suggested for discussion below.

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