Monday, July 26, 2010

El Naschie and He to receive unwelcome attention

Fractal wool man Ji-Huan He, litigious fractal space-time crackpot Mohamed El Naschie, and the latter's bumbling law firm Collyer Bristow, may want to renew their subscriptions to the German news weekly Die Zeit.

Readers will recall that El Naschie sued Die Zeit once before over an unflattering piece by Christoph Drösser. El Naschie won some small changes to the article, but it was surely an unsatisfying and expensive outcome overall.

El Naschie Watch has learned that Drösser is working on another article for Die Zeit. This one will be about impact factor manipulation, a subject close to the hearts of the two E-infinity group luminaries. It would not be surprising if their names appeared.

Posts about Die Zeit and Christoph Drösser:

Posts about Collyer Bristow:

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  1. Perhaps you learned about this from the reporter, either first or second hand. If so, it would make sense to check with the reporter for permission before posting such an announcement. Ordinarily reporters do not appreciate public announcements of their ongoing work.
    Especially in this case, wouldn't it be preferable to see the article produced by reporter without any undue pressure, and announce it when published?

  2. That's a fair point. But it's hard to defend myself without giving more information than I want to.

  3. El Naschie's Rosa Al-Youssef column is up for Tuesday, July 27. Israel is not Jewish. Arabic or English.

    El Naschie says he has nothing against Jews. It's Zionists he has a problem with.

  4. > But it's hard to defend myself

    Well where is Drösser's article?

  5. I'm sorry, I haven't heard anything more. I hope he hasn't changed his mind, but it's possible.