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—The term "pressuron" is not found by Web of Knowledge. Reference [2] (Physical Review D 90 (2): 023017), which proposes that name, is only a week old and naturally has no citations yet. I think it might be to soon for a standalone Wikipedia article on this topic. — HHHIPPO 08:22, 2 August 2014 (UTC)

— According to page WP:TOSOON, it is too soon for an article to exist if no published sources exist: "Generally speaking, the various notability criteria that guide editors in creating articles, require that the topic being considered be itself verifiable in independent secondary reliable sources. Wikipedia is not a crystal ball, nor is it a collection of unverifiable content. If sources do not exist, it is generally too soon for an article on that topic to be considered.". Since this topic has already been covered in Physical review D and in Physics letters B, it seems that is not to soon for a coverage of this topic, according to wikipedia's policy. — User:Fluctuating_metric 12:03, 3 December 2014 (UTC)

Which are the secondary sources? (talk) 00:19, 5 August 2015 (UTC)