One of the curious things about editing the weekly Philosophical Investigations is that we editors may know little or nothing about who it is who is writing for us, except that they turn out good philosophy -- and in effect, this promotes a great deal of originality. Earlier this month, we published a man who -- I first discovered today -- led the team that first described the connection between the Zika virus and brain defects in newborn children. That was a surprise. He has also proposed a reclassification of Parkinson's disease as Sugardiabetes 5. Here is a newspaper article about the Kashmiri Scientist.