The top 100 most-cited papers of all time, Nature [rodrigo]
the link above has the spreadsheet with the top 100 list we talked about.
Bottomline: the top 100 most-cited papers are quite boring, but very useful.
You found the groundbreaking secret of the universe? It will not be in the top 100 list (it will become textbook material and nobody will cite it anymore).
And if you write a code that everybody uses, make sure there is a publication associated with it (example of SHELX)
X-ray cavities in a sample of 83 SPT-selected clusters of galaxies: Tracing the evolution of AGN feedback in clusters of galaxies out to z=1.2 [zulema]
Radio mode AGN feedback seems to be offsetting cooling at high z!
Black holes as particle accelerators: a brief review [Behrouz]
The PDF presentation prepared by Behrouz is available here
You want to accelerate particles? Well, spinning black holes surrounded by magnetic fields are the way to go!
Noticed but did not discuss
Reconciling models of luminous blazars with magnetic fluxes determined by radio core shift measurements
See also: Core shifts in blazar jets, http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2014arXiv1410.7310Z
A Global Three Dimensional Radiation Magneto-hydrodynamic Simulation of Super-Eddington Accretion Disks
The Physics of Gamma-Ray Bursts and Relativistic Jets [very large review]
Resolving the Clumpy Structure of the Outflow Winds in the Gravitationally Lensed Quasar SDSS J1029+2623
The Nature of Transition Blazars
The Kerr Metric
Statistical multifrequency study of narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies
Observation of self-amplifying Hawking radiation in an analogue black-hole laser, Nature Physics
Characterizing and predicting the magnetic environment leading to solar eruptions, Nature
(this relates back to the physics of coronae of accretion disks around black holes)