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Comment on Shadow and Non-Shadow Extensions of the Standard Model

@article{Nishino2007CommentOS,
  title={Comment on Shadow and Non-Shadow Extensions of the Standard Model},
  author={H. Nishino and Subhash Rajpoot},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory},
  year={2007}
}
The models in the two papers hep-ph/0608068 and hep-ph/0701254 by Chang et al. with the so-called shadow gauge and scalar fields are nothing but convenient tailored versions of our model in hep-th/0403039. The same remarks applies to the work in hep-th/0612165 by Meissner and Nicolai. 

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