Neurobiologists Boris Barbour and Clément Léna write about the unsatisfactoriness of Impact Factor, the Times Higher Education annual world university ranking, Thomson Reuters "world's hottest researchers", and the like. French: La bibliométrie – déjà cassée and English: Bibliometry – already broken. Choose either language and you will not have to suffer a Google translation, which is nice. Go have a look.
I have not been able to obtain M.S. El Naschie, The Brain and E-infinity, International Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation, vol. 7, no. 2, 2006. It's the second item in this table of contents. If any reader belongs to an institution that wastes its money subscribing to IJNSNS (Impact Factor 5 to 8 depending who you ask) then please make lemonade from that lemon: Provide a copy to El Naschie Watch. I will host it on Scribd. And I will ask Barbour and Léna to review it. They are perfect for the job.
By the way, that issue of IJNSNS not only contains two papers by El Naschie, but one by his brother Amr S. Elnashai.