Wednesday, September 15, 2010

El Naschie's house in Surrey has been found!

Click the image for a bigger pic.

3 Towngate, Fairmile Ln, Cobham, Surrey, England, KT11 2TS. Open up Google Maps or Google Earth and check it out.



An anonymous reader forwarded me this email:

From: Garnet Ord <gord@acs.ryerson.ca>
Subject: non-e removal
Date: April 17, 2003 12:38:20 AM EDT

My colleague El Naschie has had the article hep-th/0004152 published in the ArXive [sic] without his consent. Although he is listed as co-author, he had no part in it. He has asked the author in question to remove the paper but to no avail. My colleague does not use the internet or email and so has no means to contact directly. For confirmation, his home address is :

Dr. Mohamed El Naschie,
3 Towngate,
Cobham, Surrey,
England, KT112TS.

***************************************
Garnet Ord http://www.scs.ryerson.ca/~gord/
Dept. of Math Physics and Comp. Sci.
Ryerson University
Toronto, Ont. M5K25B Canada
***************************************


It's apparently from E-infinity group member Garnet Ord to the arXiv, and it's interesting for three reasons.

First, it denies El Naschie used the Internet in 2003. Second, it elucidates El Naschie's presumed position regarding his arXiv banishment. And third, it finally solves the mystery of his home address, which we had long sought.

Another clue:

This is El Naschie's next-door neighbor's house for sale. Zoopla or PropertyWide. Not a bad neighborhood.

First listed on Zoopla: £1,800,000 on 1st Jul 2010
Asking price changes: £1,700,000 ↓5.6% Reduced on: 8th Sep 2010

Aha. 2 Towngate is the one being sold! I can tell by the shrubbery. So that's not El Naschie's house. The brickwork is different.

Hahahaha! I have it totally figured out. El Naschie's house is the one on the lower right of the topmost graphic. The house being sold is the one that appears behind El Naschie in this picture:

I have updated the graphics to show which house is which.


Click for a big pic:


This was almost certainly taken in El Naschie's 3 Towngate back yard. The casual dress of the men, and the style of tea service, indicate a home rather than a restaurant or commercial setting. Notice also the gray concrete patio and the unbroken wall of trees and shrubbery behind them. These are clearly visible in Google Earth (although my image at the top of the page has cropped it out on the right). Click for bigger.



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36 comments:

  1. El Naschie's Rosa Al-Youssef column is up for Thursday, September 16. Military rule in Greece. Original Arabic or Google's English translation.

    El Naschie begins a two-parter about military rule in Greece. He begins by musing that he feels old, but that it makes him feel entitled to be called Professor Dr. Emeritus. He talks about Sigmund Freud, Spain, Germany, Lord Byron, Turks, Danish cartoons, and South America. He's meandering, as often happens in the first part of a two-parter. Maybe tomorrow he'll say something coherent.

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  2. http://www.rosaonline.net is down at the moment.
    Microsoft VBScript compilation error '800a03e9'
    Out of memory
    /Default.asp, line 0

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  3. Rosa Al-Youssef was down for several hours but has returned.

    El Naschie's Rosa Al-Youssef column is up for Friday, September 17. Zorba the Greek. Original Arabic or Google's English translation.

    El Naschie continues rambling about military vs. civilian rule, particularly in Greece, but finds time to compliment President Hosni Mubarak for his good results in Egypt. He will continue on Sunday, since there is no Saturday column.

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  4. > First, it denies El Naschie used the Internet in 2003. Second, it elucidates El Naschie's presumed position regarding his arXiv banishment. And third, it finally solves the mystery of his home address, which we had long sought.

    There are a few strange things about this message, but you don't say where it comes from other than "anonymous reader". It could have been fabricated (by you or whoever sent it), but then someone did apparently know the address of the residence in the earlier photos. Maybe Ord really did post it somewhere. The satellite image suggests a reasonably large residence, close to 5000 square feet interior (two floors, not including garage), sitting on a bit over 1/3 acre of property, comparable to the neighboring property which is selling at $2.6M. Presuming the address is really owned by El N, there's certainly a source of money other than from scientific prize money or winning libel suits.

    Regarding the first and second points, it's not clear that El N was or would have been "banished", since from the first point if he didn't use the internet he never would have been making submissions in the first place. Searching arxiv finds him listed as co-author on only two articles
    http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0008056
    http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0004152
    both co-authored with Castro and different third authors who are listed as the depositors. So it's just as likely that he doesn't appear on arxiv because he wasn't part of the research community and instead only read his own CSF. Neither of those articles appears in CSF so it's also conceivable he did have nothing to do with them and was unwittingly implicated by Castro. So maybe he's not on arxiv not because he was banished but simply because he didn't know about it, except perhaps to hear 2nd hand about the question of his DAMTP affiliation.

    Castro did apparently have at least some dealings with El N, they're listed as co-editors of a special issue on: ``Superstrings, M, F, S, ... theory'', CSF Volume 10, Issues 2-3, Pages 163-614 (Feb-Mar 1999). That issue of CSF has a bio of El N, including various of his usual fabrications (full professor, DAMTP affiliation) plus a few other embellishments.

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  5. > That issue of CSF has a bio of El N, including various of his usual fabrications (full professor, DAMTP affiliation) plus a few other embellishments.

    Here it is:

    About the editors, Pages 613-614, CSF Volume 10, Issues 2-3 (Feb-Mar 1999):

    Prof. Mohamed El Naschie's first degree was in structural engineering from the Technical University of Hannover, Germany, after which he earned a doctorate in applied mechanics from University College, London. Subsequently, he taught and researched engineering in various universities in Europe, the Middle East and the U.S.A.

    A few years after becoming a full professor of engineering, his strong inclination towards fundamental science diverted his attention, first to nonlinear dynamics and then to quantum physics, and he is currently at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Cambridge, England. Prof. El Naschie has published some 400 papers in the fields of civil engineering, applied mechanics, applied mathematics, theoretical and applied physics. He has also authored several books, including a major one entitled Stress, Stability and Chaos, McGraw-Hill (1990) and, together with I. Prigogine and O. Rössler, Quantum Mechanics, Diffusion and Chaotic Fractals, Pergamon-Elsevier (1995). He was on the editorial board of Zeitschrift für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik (ZAMM) as well as the Journal of Engineering Science and Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering. He is advising editor of Progress in Structural Engineering and Materials, as well as Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering. He is the founding editor-in-chief of the first journal devoted to nonlinear science, nano and quantum technology, Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, published by Elsevier Science since 1990. He is a member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, the Society of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics and the American Mathematical Society, as well as the Institute of Physics (England).

    El Naschie is an honorary professor in numerous universities in Europe, Egypt and the U.S.A. and a key advisor for science and technology to several middle-eastern governments. He has received various certificates of merit and recognition for his contributions. Prof. El Naschie has been married for 30 years to his Norwegian wife, Lydia Thorsen, and has two daughters, Shareen — an artist and designer, and Sonya — a scientist and mathematician.

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  6. Jason,

    You could have saved yourself a bit of time. As far as I know, Elsevier is into giving out their authors' home addresses and phone numbers willy nilly. Heck, I even asked them to stop twice, but to no avail.

    Of course, you know which journal I was publishing through. I don't think there's a need to get into name dropping though since it's Elsevier's policy, not the journal manager's. For what it's worth, the journal manager was probably unhappy about screwing over someone's home privacy.

    - Shawn

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  7. Shawn, I didn't ask Elsevier and I think it's unlikely they would have given me any information; but if they had, it would surely have been only his P.O. box which he uses for privacy these days, not wanting the location of his house to be known. ;)

    Anonymous, regarding your musing:

    There are a few strange things about this message, but you don't say where it comes from other than "anonymous reader". It could have been fabricated (by you or whoever sent it), but then someone did apparently know the address of the residence in the earlier photos. Maybe Ord really did post it somewhere.

    I am 100% certain the email is genuine. It correctly locates El Naschie's house! I couldn't have fabricated it nor could anyone else who didn't know the location of his house.

    The fact that the adjacent property is listed for sale was a sheer stroke of luck, as was my recognizing 2 Towngate from the real estate listing over the great man's shoulder.

    One reader emailed me a few days prior that he doubted the two-by-two set of photos showed El Naschie's own house in Surrey. So I emailed Nasr Ahmed, who, like Garnet Ord, has been there. He confirmed that it is indeed El Naschie's Surrey house, although he couldn't help with the exact address.

    As to who sent it... well clearly they are a reader or they wouldn't have known I'd be interested. They are, I can tell you, very cautious. They used a disposable email address and a fanciful fake name. My thank-you bounced as undeliverable. I do not know their identity. Their email to me included the following cryptic comment:

    Your blogsite repeatedly deletes the attempted comment:
    ------------------------------------------
    This used to be seen on the Smith or Castro site, but came off.
    It means even The Naschie has a standard. From E-infinity


    I don't know who Smith is, what standard is being referred to, or why E-infinity is mentioned. Mysterious. But it doesn't matter. It's El Naschie's house.

    Now as to his house itself: El Naschie's property is a bit grander than the neighbor's. The sandstone blocks and keystones are expensive details lacking at 2 Towngate. The great man's portico is fancier. And El Naschie has not only a private back yard like his neighbor, but an enclosed front yard which 2 Towngate does not. And El Naschie's house looks a bit bigger. I am guessing at least 2 million pounds, or 3.13 million dollars US, probably more. And this is only one of his properties. I have pictures of a fancy house in Alexandria and a luxurious office in an expensive part of downtown Cairo.

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  8. Notice also that El Naschie's is the last house on Towngate. It's the most secluded. Unlike his neighbors, he doesn't have to put up with people driving by.

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  9. You make a very good point. The first thought that popped into my head was that El Naschie is obviously a very fortunate man. I have no idea how he accumulated his wealth, but I don't believe/know if it was related to his editorship of CS&F.

    I guess you could say that he's got a smokin' crib.

    I still have the privacy-related emails to/from CS&F and the Elsevier journal manager, if you like. Or are you too far right-wing for that useless bullshit? :)

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  11. Shawn, El Naschie Watch's utility stems from its single-minded pursuit of the great man and his followers to the exclusion of left-right politics, global warming, and other issues on which El Naschie Watch readers hold a variety of opinions. We don't wander far from the subjects of crackpottery and scientific fraud on this blog because we want everyone to feel welcome. A while back a reader left in a huff merely because I linked to Lubos's blog, so I feel this compartmentalization is important. Personally I have catholic tastes in the blogs I read.

    As to how the great man got rich. He tries greatly to give the impression that his money was earned by his work in civil engineering projects in his youth, and no doubt he earned some money that way. In Rosa Al-Youssef he has stressed his father's small salary as an Egyptian army officer. But he's deceiving as always. His wealth is mostly inherited. His family is among the richest in Egypt. I don't know how his parents got their money. That would be interesting to know. The brothers squabbled over their their mother's estate, prosecuting Said and his wife Shadia in criminal court. It was worth millions of pounds.

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  12. > About the editors, Pages 613-614, CSF Volume 10, Issues 2-3 (Feb-Mar 1999):

    The above is indeed on the journal website via Elsevier as a scanned pdf of the print from over ten years ago, and since it appeared in his own journal he can't disclaim responsibility for the lies it contains, but presumably never expected to see examined. It is also instructive to compare to the 2008 document here: El-Naschie-s-CV.

    First from the 1999 version:

    > Prof. El Naschie has published some 400 papers in the fields of civil engineering, applied mechanics, applied mathematics, theoretical and applied physics.

    But this comment pointed out that he had 346 journal publications listed in Science Direct as of Apr 2010. So how did he have "some 400" in early 1999? According to Science Direct, he had under 100 total in early 1999 (already the vast majority of which in CSF, since only 23 of his ultimate 346 total were published outside of CSF). Gee, maybe some of those "some 400" in early 1999 were in Arabic and not counted in Science direct?

    His 2008 CV claims "More than 500 papers ... in www.sciencedirect.com" (giving a source makes it verifiably false) and five book publications, but only mentions the same two as in the 1999 version, that latter of which he's really editor not author since it's a CSF reprint volume.

    The 2008 document also includes various false professorships, including "Professor, DAMTP, 1991-2002", oddly enough the fiction that was already exposed years earlier.

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  14. Shawn, I don't know who "taby" is nor have I every visited gamedev.net as far as I know. Please keep comments pertinent to El Naschie Watch, because I'd much rather not moderate. In the history of this blog I have deleted a few spams and a few deranged Steve Dufourney posts and that's it. Thanks. And thanks for your (on topic) comments.

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  15. Halayka's comments are off-topic and should be removed.
    September 17, 2010 3:42 PM
    September 17, 2010 3:59 PM
    September 17, 2010 10:18 PM
    September 17, 2010 10:21 PM
    September 17, 2010 10:23 PM

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  16. > About the editors, Pages 613-614, CSF Volume 10, Issues 2-3 (Feb-Mar 1999):

    The above is indeed on the journal website via Elsevier as a scanned pdf of the print from over ten years ago, and since it appeared in his own journal he can't disclaim responsibility for the lies it contains, but presumably never expected to see examined. It is also instructive to compare to the 2008 document here: El-Naschie-s-CV.

    First from the 1999 version:

    > Prof. El Naschie has published some 400 papers in the fields of civil engineering, applied mechanics, applied mathematics, theoretical and applied physics.

    But this comment pointed out that he had 346 journal publications listed in Science Direct as of Apr 2010. So how did he have "some 400" in early 1999? According to Science Direct, he had under 100 total in early 1999 (already the vast majority of which in CSF, since only 23 of his ultimate 346 total were published outside of CSF). Gee, maybe some of those "some 400" in early 1999 were in Arabic and not counted in Science direct?

    His 2008 CV claims "More than 500 papers ... in www.sciencedirect.com" (giving a source makes it verifiably false) and five book publications, but only mentions the same two as in the 1999 version, that latter of which he's really editor not author since it's a CSF reprint volume.

    The 2008 document also includes various false professorships, including "Professor, DAMTP, 1991-2002", oddly enough the fiction that was already exposed years earlier.

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  17. OK, I will remove those. Sorry for letting the Halayka situation get out of hand.

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  18. > About the editors, Pages 613-614, CSF Volume 10, Issues 2-3 (Feb-Mar 1999):

    The above is indeed on the journal website via Elsevier as a scanned pdf of the print from over ten years ago, and since it appeared in his own journal he can't disclaim responsibility for the lies it contains, but presumably never expected to see examined. It is also instructive to compare to the 2008 document here: El-Naschie-s-CV.

    First from the 1999 version:

    > Prof. El Naschie has published some 400 papers in the fields of civil engineering, applied mechanics, applied mathematics, theoretical and applied physics.

    But this comment pointed out that he had 346 journal publications listed in Science Direct as of Apr 2010. So how did he have "some 400" in early 1999? According to Science Direct, he had under 100 total in early 1999 (already the vast majority of which in CSF, since only 23 of his ultimate 346 total were published outside of CSF). Gee, maybe some of those "some 400" in early 1999 were in Arabic and not counted in Science direct?

    His 2008 CV claims "More than 500 papers ... in www.sciencedirect.com" (giving a source makes it verifiably false) and five book publications, but only mentions the same two as in the 1999 version, that latter of which he's really editor not author since it's a CSF reprint volume.

    The 2008 document also includes various false professorships, including "Professor, DAMTP, 1991-2002", oddly enough the fiction that was already exposed years earlier.

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  19. message always deleted, any length...September 18, 2010 at 3:07 PM

    > About the editors, Pages 613-614, CSF Volume 10, Issues 2-3 (Feb-Mar 1999):

    The above is indeed on the journal website via Elsevier as a scanned pdf of the print from over ten years ago, and since it appeared in his own journal he can't disclaim responsibility for the lies it contains, but presumably never expected to see examined. It is also instructive to compare to the 2008 document here: El-Naschie-s-CV.

    First from the 1999 version:

    > Prof. El Naschie has published some 400 papers in the fields of civil engineering, applied mechanics, applied mathematics, theoretical and applied physics.

    But this comment pointed out that he had 346 journal publications listed in Science Direct as of Apr 2010. So how did he have "some 400" in early 1999? According to Science Direct, he had under 100 total in early 1999 (already the vast majority of which in CSF, since only 23 of his ultimate 346 total were published outside of CSF). Gee, maybe some of those "some 400" in early 1999 were in Arabic and not counted in Science direct?

    His 2008 CV claims "More than 500 papers ... in www.sciencedirect.com" (giving a source makes it verifiably false) and five book publications, but only mentions the same two as in the 1999 version, that latter of which he's really editor not author since it's a CSF reprint volume.

    The 2008 document also includes various false professorships, including "Professor, DAMTP, 1991-2002", oddly enough the fiction that was already exposed years earlier.

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  20. > very cautious

    maybe it is a double agent penetrated the cult of E-infinity.

    > I don't know who Smith is, what standard is being referred to, or why E-infinity is mentioned. Mysterious.

    Here are some guesses

    > Your blogsite repeatedly deletes the attempted comment:

    This certainly happens here. The blog comment software is frequently unstable.

    > This used to be seen on the Smith or Castro site, but came off.

    If the "Castro site" is the Cyberia one you quote here, then the "Smith" site is probably this one, with overlapping material
    http://www.valdostamuseum.org/hamsmith/jouref.html
    http://www.valdostamuseum.org/hamsmith/CCastro00.html

    > It means even The Naschie has a standard.

    Perhaps that even the great one has some standard re what he's willing to put his name on?

    > From E-infinity

    Perhaps referring to the message from Ord if that was included in same message?

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  21. > About the editors, Pages 613-614, CSF Volume 10, Issues 2-3 (Feb-Mar 1999):

    The above is indeed on the journal website via Elsevier as a scanned pdf of the print from over ten years ago, and since it appeared in his own journal he can't disclaim responsibility for the lies it contains, but presumably never expected to see examined. It is also instructive to compare to the 2008 document here: El-Naschie-s-CV.

    First from the 1999 version:

    > Prof. El Naschie has published some 400 papers in the fields of civil engineering, applied mechanics, applied mathematics, theoretical and applied physics.

    But this comment pointed out that he had 346 journal publications listed in Science Direct as of Apr 2010. So how did he have "some 400" in early 1999? According to Science Direct, he had under 100 total in early 1999 (already the vast majority of which in CSF, since only 23 of his ultimate 346 total were published outside of CSF). Gee, maybe some of those "some 400" in early 1999 were in Arabic and not counted in Science direct?

    His 2008 CV claims "More than 500 papers ... in www.sciencedirect.com" (giving a source makes it verifiably false) and five book publications, but only mentions the same two as in the 1999 version, that latter of which he's really editor not author since it's a CSF reprint volume.

    The 2008 document also includes various false professorships, including "Professor, DAMTP, 1991-2002", oddly enough the fiction that was already exposed years earlier.

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  22. Good observations on the "How many papers?" question, which would be a good theme for a post. I think I have seen other numbers bandied about. I remember that in part 3/3 of the Elbeet Beetak video, he said he doesn't count.

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  23. > very cautious

    maybe it is a double agent penetrated the cult of E-infinity.

    > I don't know who Smith is, what standard is being referred to, or why E-infinity is mentioned. Mysterious.

    Here are some guesses

    > Your blogsite repeatedly deletes the attempted comment:

    This certainly happens
    http://elnaschiewatch.blogspot.com/2010/09/fabien-besnard-on-ahmad-rami-el-nabulsi.html?showComment=1284239844727#c1836511999241126807 . The blog comment software is frequently unstable handling perfectly well-formated html links.

    > This used to be seen on the Smith or Castro site, but came off.

    If the "Castro site" is the Cyberia one you quote http://elnaschiewatch.blogspot.com/2010/08/el-naschies-blacklisting-from-arxiv.html , then the "Smith" site is probably this one, with overlapping material
    http://www.valdostamuseum.org/hamsmith/jouref.html
    http://www.valdostamuseum.org/hamsmith/CCastro00.html

    > It means even The Naschie has a standard.

    Perhaps that even the great one has some standard re what he's willing to put his name on?

    > From E-infinity

    Perhaps referring to the message from Ord if that was included in same message?

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  24. > very cautious

    maybe it is a double agent penetrated the cult of E-infinity.

    > I don't know who Smith is, what standard is being referred to, or why E-infinity is mentioned. Mysterious.

    Here are some guesses

    > Your blogsite repeatedly deletes the attempted comment:

    This certainly happens here. The blog comment software is infuriatingly unstable, and convinces people that you are censoring. Is there no way to diagnose the problem?

    > This used to be seen on the Smith or Castro site, but came off.

    If the "Castro site" is the Cyberia one you quote here, then the "Smith" site is probably this one, with overlapping material
    http://www.valdostamuseum.org/hamsmith/jouref.html
    http://www.valdostamuseum.org/hamsmith/CCastro00.html

    > It means even The Naschie has a standard.

    Perhaps that even the great one has some standard re what he's willing to put his name on?

    > From E-infinity

    Perhaps referring to the message from Ord if that was included in same message?

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  25. Stupid Blogger software is destroying your comments, sorry. Keep trying. If you are posting URLs, don't make them live links. That often helps.

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  26. Also try combining paragraphs into one block of text. As a last resort, email me your post and I will take care of it. Hasten dot jason at gmail dot com

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  27. > very cautious

    maybe it is a double agent penetrated the cult of E-infinity.

    > I don't know who Smith is, what standard is being referred to, or why E-infinity is mentioned. Mysterious.

    (I tried to attach some guesses, not really much content, but will send piecemeal as separate comments to see if anything gets through)

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  28. > Your blogsite repeatedly deletes the attempted comment:

    This certainly happens at this blog with alarming regularity -- the blog comment software is infuriatingly unstable, and convinces people that you are censoring -- you're lucky the above was emailed to you, probably much else was instantly removed and commenters either didn't notice or thought it intentional so didn't bother following up.

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  29. > This used to be seen on the Smith or Castro site, but came off.

    If the "Castro site" is the Cyberia one you quote here
    http://elnaschiewatch.blogspot.com/2010/08/el-naschies-blacklisting-from-arxiv.html ,
    then the "Smith" site is probably this one, with overlapping material
    http://www.valdostamuseum.org/hamsmith/jouref.html
    http://www.valdostamuseum.org/hamsmith/CCastro00.html
    So your anonymous correspondent is forwarding something removed from one or the other website?

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  30. > It means even The Naschie has a standard.

    Perhaps that even the great one has some standard re what he's willing to put his name on?

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  31. > From E-infinity

    Perhaps referring to the message from Ord if that was included in same message?

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  32. Smith must be Tony Smith, yes! Good work. I didn't know the 3 Towngate information used to be on his site. It isn't there now, though. All your surmises seem sensible.

    I am more distraught than you realize about Blogger's ongoing destruction of reader comments here.

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  33. By the way, I would like contact information for the people who live at 1 Towngate and 2 Towngate.

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