A weapon of mass destruction in the War on Paragraphs.
Why "part one"? It is a mystery. Nor can we find a communication No. 24. The numbering system may involve fractals or wild topology.
Within the wall of text the author sprinkles randomly-oriented and unmatched quotation marks. It is seldom clear who if anyone is being quoted. However, the tone is complementary toward the E-Infinity group, and resentful of outsiders for appropriating their ideas.
Gerard ‘t Hooft is referred to as "the great man" which is certainly a mistake. We learn that he attended a conference at which El Naschie gave talks titled "On ‘t Hooft dimensional regularization in E-Infinity space" and "‘t Hooft dimensional regularization implies Cantorian Space time" (unlinked because we cannot find an abstract), which must have been awkward for the Nobel Laureate.
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محمد النشائي All El Naschie All The Time محمد النشائى