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  A Complex Limit cycle not intersecting the real plane

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Referee this paper: N/Y by Ali Taghavi

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requested Apr 20 by AliTaghavi(Math) (95 points)
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paper authored Apr 12 to math by AliTaghavi(Math)
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    This is an observation already I introduced in mathoverflow. The date of physicsoverflow submission is 2019/04/20 But i can not revise this date

    This  is  the corresponding link of  authorship claim   https://www.physicsoverflow.org/18022/claims-of-paper-authorship?show=42142#a42142

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