Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Finnish theoretician asks El Naschie's opinion

Readers may remember M. Helmy Said for accusing El Naschie of stealing his ideas. The Finnish polymath has softened his stance since that contentious episode, and now, in a more collegial tone, requests El Naschie's expert opinion of his theory about the Fifth Dimension, best known for their 1967 hit single "Up, Up and Away".


We give an Arabic link only because Google Translate doesn't work on the comments.

Unfortunately, his question on the Seventh Day Web site

بواسطة: محمد حلمي سعيد
بتاريخ: الإثنين، 3 مايو 2010 - 02:34

الي السيد النشائي
اذا من الله عليك بالشفاء ان تقول رايك بصراحه في نظريتي عن البعد الخامس في الفيزياء؟
محمد حلمي سعيد
فنلندا

By: Said Mohamed Helmy
Date: Monday, May 3, 2010 - 02:34

To Mr. El Naschie
If God healed you can say what you think frankly about my theory for the fifth dimension in physics?
Said Mohamed Helmy
Finland

has not yet been answered by Dr. El Naschie, who may hold a grudge over the earlier accusation.

El Naschie Watch reader Hossam provides this translation of the Seventh Day article:


Abd El-Elrahman Badawy's Salon welcomes Dr. El-Naschie, a physicist and nuclear energy scientist, in a seminar entitled "A historical revolution... ethics in the laboratory"

The seminar will be held thursday 6th of June in the conference hall at the higher council of culture and will be succeeded by a dialogue with the audience

It is worth noting that Dr. El-Naschie is a professor in Solvay institute of chemistry and physics at Brussels university in Belgium and a visiting professor in six other universities including cairo and Mansoura in Egypt. He was also described when he was honored in China as "one of the greatest three minds in history after Newton and Einstein". He was nominated for the Nobel prize in science [Physics...? Chemistry...?] in 2006.


We wrote about the Salon event in two earlier posts:


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3 comments:

  1. I know that I said I was too busy to do the translation, but this article in the seventh day is hilarious. I couldn't resist it.

    "Abd El-Elrahman Badawy's Salon welcomes Dr. El-Naschie, a physicist and nuclear energy scientist, in a seminar entitled "A historical revolution... ethics in the laboratory"

    The seminar will be held thursday 6th of June in the conference hall at the higher council of culture and will be succeeded by a dialogue with the audience

    It is worth noting that Dr. El-Naschie is a professor in Solvay institute of chemistry and physics at Brussels university in Belgium and a visiting professor in six other universities including cairo and Mansoura in Egypt. He was also described when he was honored in China as "one of the greatest three minds in history after Newton and Einstein". He was nominated for the Nobel prize in science in 2006"

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  2. Notice that they said "Nobel prize in SCIENCE" not physics or chemistry, but science. I used to respect the seventh day, now I am left with no newspaper to read :(

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  3. Thanks, Hossam. I have added your translation to the post.

    The Rosa Al-Youssef column for Wednesday, June 9 is up. Market rhetoric of America and Zionism. Arabic or English.

    El Naschie says American criticism of a Mubarak-decreed state of emergency is absurd. The previous U.S. administration was the most despicable in history, did the worst kinds of crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq, and protects the Zionist entity (Israel). He says Mubarak has enough experience so that the emergency law can be carefully codified and standardized.

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