Scientists can be condescending: duh!

Sure, the natural inclination of the scientist is to be condescending, but typically they'll try to tone it down a smidge when publishing a paper. But, there are a rare few that just can't seem to help themselves (and likely no one can help them). The following is a light smattering of papers that actually go as far as to include the word "duh" IN THE TITLE

  • Is There Anything New About Preoxygenation? Duh, Yeah!
    • Published in ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
      • I didn't even know that there was something old about preoxygenation... Also, if you have to add the "yeah" after your "duh," maybe it wasn't all that obvious.
  • It's About the Patient...Duh!
    • Published in JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF RADIOLOGY  
  • How rich countries became rich and why poor countries remain poor: It's the economic structure . . . duh!
  • Duh! Business as usual will not be good for the HPI
    • Published in HYDROCARBON PROCESSING
      • Jeeze Maloy! Sure, we're all very familiar with the HPI. Everyone and their hydrocarbonist uncle knows what an HPI is, so the authors can be excused for not defining it in the title. But then we also have to know what the HPI's business as usual day looks like, and now the authors basically tell us we're fools if we have yet to judge the effect of this business as usual! That's some HGC right there! (High Grade Condescension, duh!) 
  • Avoid inconsequentials but attend to details - Duh?
    • Published (no link) in VETERINARY AND HUMAN TOXICOLOGY
      • I like how in this one the authors aren't sure if they're actually being condescending or not.
  • Home PC's targeted by hackers (Duh!)
  • Wireless networks are not secure - (Duh! - you think?)
    • Published in COMPUTERS & SECURITY  
      • WOW! These guys went the extra mile and added the "you think?" to their "Duh!" Just, wow. I want to make a joke here about how it takes condescended balls to use the full "Duh! - you think?" combo, but I don't think that would be appropriate.