In this article, http://phys.org/news/2016-11-physicists-mathematics.html the authors did a study of 2000 physics essays and found that those containing more math were cited less often. We have this problem in philosophy. Essays which are heavy in logic are cited less often. But in philosophy the essays heavy in logic are rightly ignored because they are so bad. What happens is that logician just translates their ideas into a barely comprehensible language, then they start begging the question. When an essay in philosophy begs the question in plain English then you at least know what the author is talking about. I'm wondering if essays in Physics which are heavy in math are rightly ignored or is it because the community of physicists do not want to work hard.