السلام عليكمMr. Jason Rush was quicker than me or more brave than me. I was just thinking of saying the same thing. Let me make his statement more precise. Prof. Steve Weinberg who developed the electro weak theory and shared the Nobel prize with two others is the author of the most authoritative book on quantum field theory. In volume 3 of his book The Quantum Theory of Fields published by Cambridge University Press in 2000 he states on page 192 that the inverse super symmetric unification coupling of all fundamental gauge forces is 17.5. This value is given by his equation 28.2.19. If you now add to the date of 28.2. which is February 28th the 19-17+5-1 (for first page)=6 that is exactly the result for the day of the month where you reach the first page. Obviously, that does not work for other pages, since the quasy-symmetric coupling has a singularity in the Eigenspace of the google results tensor. It is the beauty of this univeral theory that let's me stumble every morning when I thank my creator that I was allowed to sacrifice my unworthy existence and scientific career for El Naschie.Kayman El-CarabyDept. of Physical EducationUniversity of AlexandriaEgypt
Thank you Kayman.Listen everyone. I just looked at recent keyword activity driving traffic here. Suddenly it's practically all "el naschie". Getting on to page 1 is a major development.
The ZEIT-article is online again.
But the article in Nature now disappeared.
>I was miffed because we languished at page 5 for some time, then > moved up to page 4. We are now the last hit on page 1. For me, you're now the 2nd to last on page 1, i.e., #9 overall.Soon you will be the #1 hit for "El Naschie" on Google, and then your friend M. S. El N. will have to sue Google.
Haha YES you're right, we've moved from 10 to 9 on page 1.
uh oh back down to 10th on page 1
Now at #6 on page 1, still moving up in the world