Sunday, December 5, 2010

Naschienal Socialists push Lisi too far

Enough is enough, dammit. He is fed up to HERE with E-infinity.


Check out the latest comments on Lisi's recent SCIAM article for yourself: A Geometric Theory of Everything

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14 comments:

  1. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black...
    (the only difference between Lisi and El Naschie is that Lisi does not [yet] edit his own journal)

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  2. And yet Scientific American takes him seriously.

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  3. > El Naschie's Rosa Al-Youssef column is up for Monday, December 6. Horror accident. Original...

    Your own wonderful blog software now censored your own comment.

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  4. Anonymous, it's not the first time blog software censors Jason's comments. :D

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  5. I know. I have posted it like 5 times already. Trying again now...

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  6. El Naschie's Rosa Al-Youssef column is up for Monday, December 6. Horror accident. Original Arabic or Google's English translation. He's still talking about Switzerland. Max Frisch wrote a novel called Homo Faber and for some reason I don't understand, El Naschie recounts tragic plot elements of that novel. Continued tomorrow.

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  7. Horror accident: I thought he would talk about the shark attacks in Sharm el-Sheikh...

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  8. After dozens of failures I made a minor formatting change. Let's see if 11:14 AM survives.

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  9. Nope. Blogger killed it too.

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  10. El naschie meant The horror of chance. he doesn't mean an accident he means something accidentally or by chance (things that happens without intention and arrangements). This is up to my understanding.

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  11. El Naschie's Rosa Al-Youssef column is up for Monday, December 6. The horror of chance. Original Arabic or Google's English translation.

    He's still talking about Switzerland. Max Frisch wrote a novel called Homo Faber and for some reason I don't understand, El Naschie recounts tragic plot elements of that novel. Continued tomorrow.

    El Naschie's Rosa Al-Youssef column is up for Tuesday, December 7. Switzerland. The poorest countries in Europe. Original Arabic or Google's English translation.

    He talks about obscure figures in literature and the arts. Obscure to me anyway. This is boring. He always says he's finishing "tomorrow" but he never does.

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  12. I would translate it if I understood what's the point he is trying to make (if there's any). I just feel stupid when translating texts that do not say anything.

    With this writing style, the great man is as close to getting a Nobel in literature as he is in "science". I used to write better than this when I was in primary school.

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  13. Yeah Hossam, our translators efforts are valuable and I don't want them to be wasted on boring tracts of text like this.

    It's funny he's not a good writer. He seems to be well-read, and usually those go together.

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  14. This link for Lubos Moltl where he attacked Jim Weatherall and Garrett Lisi, I think it should be pointed out in this blog
    http://motls.blogspot.com/2010/11/sciam-jim-weatherall-joins-garrett-lisi.html

    Maybe you pointed it out before, I don't know.

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