Thursday, January 14, 2010

Can't pull the wool over Fred's eyes

A commenter on the FQXi forum ridicules Ji-Huan He for two papers applying El Naschie's E-infinity theory to wool. (Before 1999 Donghua University was called China Textile University, so the subject is not as random as it sounds.)


Here's Fred's unsolicited, and surely unwelcome, peer review.



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2 comments:

  1. An interesting article for Huan can be found on
    www.academicjournals.org/AJB/PDF/pdf2009/19Oct/HE.pdf

    Be careful for neglected diseases

    African Journal of Biotechnology Vol. 8 (20), pp. 5559-5561, 19 October, 2009
    Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/AJB
    ISSN 1684–5315 © 2009 Academic Journals

    Abstract
    Neglected diseases boost (Nature, 457: 772, 2009), which will become greater threat to human health especially in tropical regions. In my opinion, it is the inherent result of climate warming. An allometrical
    scaling is suggested to support my opinion, this can also explain why swine flu does not affect pigs very much, but human beings fatally.

    In the reference list you will find the great man cited.

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  2. Ji-Huan He should have submitted that to The Lancet or The New England Journal of Medicine.

    Seriously though. That paper would be a joke even without citing El Naschie. He can't stop talking about the fractal dimension of wool.

    There are some gems in there. I like this quote: "There is no effective way to alleviate the fevered earth except bamboos." Also "Generally the fractal dimensions for a virus are larger than 2, the higher, the more fatal." Give this man a Nobel immediately.

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