Monday, August 30, 2010

Sarah Limbrick update

Comments are picking up on Pressgazette. Why don't you go leave some comments of your own, readers? These days it's unusual for El Naschie's supporters to honor a forum with their comments, so if you want to converse with them, you should grab this opportunity.


The Pressgazette comments are among the El Naschie Watch archives. You can jump to the latest comments in the Pressgazette archive here.

Notice that "Antonio" and "Just anyone" both use backticks instead of apostrophes. They are the same person, as you can see by clicking the avatar labeled "Welcome" above Just anyone's post. In fact, they are certainly the creator of El Naschie's own Web site, http://www.el-naschie.net. Backticks are heavily and characteristically abused there.

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2 comments:

  1. El Naschie's Rosa Al-Youssef column is up for Tuesday, August 31. History does not repeat itself. Original Arabic or Google's English.

    El Naschie name drops Benoît Mandelbrot and Georg Cantor. He talks about fractals in nature, and self-similarity. "Many people call my theory the Theory of Cantorian Space-Time" he tells us, referring to his E-infinity theory. He says nothing about history repeating itself or not, so maybe that's coming in tomorrow's continuation.

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  2. El Naschie's Rosa Al-Youssef column is up for Wednesday, September 1. Israel and the policy of Samson. Original Arabic or Google's English.

    El Naschie mentions Martin Gardner, author of the long-running Mathematical Games column in Scientific American. He says Gardner was responsible for relating the fundamental forces of physics to the theory of music, through fractals, I think. I am not aware of that.

    El Naschie's main point is that Israel's nuclear defense policy is like Samson pulling down the temple and killing himself long with his foes.

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