likely adjective such as well might h…

likely
adjective

  1. such as well might happen or be true; probable :
  2. apparently suitable; promising


[p6, column 1, §1]:

The stripes of expression correspond to actual cellular lines, which are congruent with concentration level lines. Current genetic networks do not take into account this cellular reorganization, likely linked to compression forces. 

What would you call “likely”? Anything supported by data I suspect, associated by references presenting them, or eventually presenting them yourself.

What Vincent Fleury presents as evidence to support that some cellular reorganization would be likely linked to compression forces? Nothing!

Is there a cellular reorganization that would be likely linked to compression forces? Not known, not shown either.

Wishfull thinking1 and rhetorics, going like this: If A is not fully understood, then my fantasies concerning A are probably true.
In a paper in EPJ AP.


1. wishful thiking: is the formation of beliefs and making decisions according to what might be pleasing to imagine instead of by appealing to evidence or rationality.

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