The Rössler paper "Abraham-Solution to Schwarzschild Metric Implies That CERN Miniblack Holes Pose a Planetary Risk" says in the acknowledgements
Paper submitted simultaneously to Science, Nature and Z. Naturforsch. to get the best criticism of the world, with the publishing rights going to the one who accepts first.
as we noted in Showcase: Otto E. Rössler's crackpottery. That's not done, and not allowed. If a paper is rejected, then you can submit it to another journal, and proceed through journals one at a time in that way, at each stage targeting a lower-tier journal. Rössler's simultaneous submission method is rude to referees and to journals, and if journals don't explicitly forbid it, it's only because they don't expect authors to be stupid boors.
So I thought Rössler was probably kidding.
But a reader points to this brand new July 3 Rössler masterwork, No Big Bang, No Safe Black Holes: Please, Dear CERN, Start to Listen, and in it I see that Rössler declares just before the references
Paper submitted simultaneously to Science, Nature, Scientific American, Physical Review Letters and Journal of the Leibniz Society – whoever publishes first.
So he's not kidding. He's like an unrepentant junk email spammer.
My new hypothesis is that he spams papers to multiple journals when he's in the manic phase of a bipolar cycle.
For readers who want to track down crackpot coauthors, crackpot journals, and further crackpot papers of Rössler, here are all the references, including both crackpots and real scientists:
1. T.M. Davis, “Is the universe leaking energy?“ Scientific American 303(1), 20-27 (1010),July Issue.
2. S. Chandrasekhar, “Dynamical friction I. General considerations: the coefficient of dynamical friction.“ Astrophysical Journal 97, 255-263 (1943).
3. O.E. Rössler, D. Fröhlich and N. Kleiner, “A time-symmetric Hubble-like law: light rays grazing randomly moving galaxies show distance-proportional redshift.“ Z. Naturforsch. 58 a, 807.809 (2003).
4. O.E. Rossler, D.O. Rudin, W. Graham and G.E. Lasker, “Hamiltonian physics: a new idea on the big bang.“ In: Advances in Education, Vol. 5 (G.E. Lasker and G. Andonian, eds.), pp. 17-21. Windsor, Ontario: International Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics 2003. (ISBN 1-894612-29-5)
5. O.E. Rossler, “Cosmic shear’s temporal fluctuations generate distance-proportional redshift in both time directions: minibang theory.“ Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 19, 1335-1338
6. O.E. Rossler and R, Movassagh, “Bitemporal Sinai divergence: an energetic analog to Boltzmannn’s entropy.“ International Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical
Simulation 6(4), 349-350 (2005).
7. O.E. Rossler, G.E. Lasker and G. Andonian, “A possibly consistent cosmology based on the dynamic weak-lensing paradigm.“ In: Advances in Education, Vol. 6 (G.E. Lasker and G. Andonian, eds.), pp. 13-17. Windsor, Ontario: International Institute for Advanced
Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics 2005. (ISBN 1-894613-85-6)
8. O.E. Rossler, “Static cosmology from chaos-borne Hubble law.“ Nonlinear Phenomena in Complex Systems 9(1), 53-60 (2006).
9. O.E. Rossler, D. Fröhlich, R. Movassagh and A. Moore, “Hubble-expansion in static space time.“ Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 33, 770-775 (2007).
10. K. Sonnleitner, “StV4: A symplectic time-reversible Störmer-Verlet algorithm of the 4th order for Hamiltonian multi-particle systems, with worked applications (gas, T-tube model).“ German-language PhD dissertation, University of Tubingen, submitted July 2010.
11. O.E. Rossler, “Hun Tun versus Big Bang: how classical chaos implies both ‘Thermodynamics‘ and ‘Cryodynamics.‘ International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos (in print).
12. R. Penrose, The Emperor’s New Mind. New York: Oxford University Press 1989, p. 338.
13. G. Wald, General Relativity. Chicago: University of Chicago Press 1984, pp. 432-434.
14. G.W. Cox, “The complete theory of quantum gravity.“
15. O.E. Rossler, “Abraham-solution to Schwarzschild metric implies that CERN miniblack
holes pose a planetary risk.“ In: Vernetzte Wissenschaften – Crosslinks in Natural and Social Sciences (P.J. Plath and E.C. Hass, eds), pp. 263-270. Berlin: Logos Verlag 2008. (ISBN 978-3-8325-1947-7) Preprint on: http://www.wissensnavigator.com/documents/ottoroesslerminiblackhole.pdf
16. O.E. Rossler, “A rational and moral and spiritual dilemma.“ In: Personal and Spiritual Development in the World of Cultural Diversity, Vol. 5 (G.E. Lasker and K. Hiwaki, eds.), pp. 61-66. Tecumseh, Ontario: The International Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics 2008. (ISBN 978-1-897233-11-5)
Preprint on: http://www.wissensnavigator.com/documents/spiritualottoeroessler.pdf
17. O.E. Rossler, “Letter to Dr. Landua – English translation.“ On:
18. O.E. Rossler, “Abraham-like return to constant c in general relativity: ‘-theorem‘
demonstrated in Schwarzschild metric.“ Submitted to Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 2007, revised 2009.
Preprint on: http://www.wissensnavigator.com/documents/Chaos.pdf
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