The moderators of arXiv.org may sometimes have a rather difficult life.
For example, Jack Sarfatti succeeded in submitting a paper to the gr-qc archive. More interestingly, Jack Sarfatti has inspired research in his area and a new paper by Waldyr A. Rodrigues "A Comment on Emergent Gravity" has appeared on the same gr-qc archive. Unfortunately for Jack Sarfatti, the new paper explains why every single sentence of Sarfatti's paper is a nonsense (an exercise for students).
Together with Brian Josephson and others, I just received a copy of Sarfatti's e-mail to the moderators of arxiv.org that asks them for the following:
Will I be able to post a polite response to http://arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0602111 in due course? Or does the archive discourage that sort of exchange? I am cognizant of not placing papers on the archive that are not of fundamental importance. Please advise.
Thank you :-)
Jack Sarfatti, PhD (physics UCal)
Needless to say, it is not just Jack Sarfatti who would like to fill arxiv.org with material like that. Some blogs chose the strategy to fill the arXiv with trackbacks rather than papers.