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Bosonic q-oscillators commute with themselves and so their free distribution is Planckian. In a cavity, their emission and absorption rates may grow or shrink---and even diverge---but they nevertheless balance to yield the Planck distribution via Einstein's equilibrium method, (a careless application of which might produce spurious q-dependent distribution functions). This drives home the point that the black-body energy distribution is not a handle for distinguishing q-excitations from plaindoi:10.1142/s0217732394000022 fatcat:sntcxdnyhvdljpltmhkqzsn2uu