Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Exposed! Seventeen more E-infinity groupies

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El Naschie Watch has obtained a recent communique from Mohamed El Naschie to the members of his E-infinity group. The address list is a bombshell. It shows that the membership of that shadowy brotherhood has expanded considerably since we first unmasked them on March 22, 2010.


The following were identified one year ago in Who are the members of the E-infinity group?:

Chaossf@aol.com, dalani@kacst.Edu.sa, maz_habeeb@yahoo.com, gord@ryerson.ca, jhhe@dhu.edu.cn, iovane@diima.unisa.it, leila.marek@guest.arnes.si, olsens@cf.edu, ervingoldfain@hotmail.com, snada@qu.edu.qa, oeross00@yahoo.com, mheddini@yahoo.com, direktion@schlossreinach.de

The ones below are new. In many cases we need pics, and in some cases we can't even associate names with the email addresses. Any information that readers can provide will be appreciated.

Laurent Nottale
French National Centre for Scientific Research and Paris Observatory
laurent.nottale@obspm.fr


Susie Vrobel
The Institute for Fractal Research
also see E-infinity communication 78 plus Vrobel bonus
Susanne.Vrobel@t-online.de


Ayman Elokaby
elokaby@yahoo.com


Amr Elnashai a.k.a. Scorpion300
The great man's brother
aelnash@illinois.edu


Maher Younan
American University in Cairo
m.maher@aucegypt.edu


Shawn Halayka
shalayka@gmail.com


Tomasz Kapitaniak
http://www.kdm.p.lodz.pl/pracownicy.html
Lodz Polytechnic, Poland
tomaszka@p.lodz.pl


S. M. AbdElhalim (PDF)
Zagazig University, Egypt
mn_yasein@hotmail.com


Fevzi Büyükkiliç
Department of Physics, Science Faculty, Ege University, Bornova, Izmir 35100, Turkey
fevzi.buyukkilic@ege.edu.tr


Dr. Zdzislaw E. Musielak (PDF)
Department of Physics, The University of Texas at Arlington
zmusielak@uta.edu


Wu Guocheng, or 吴国成
Donghua University
Chinese or English
Also see this page and this PDF
wuguocheng@gmail.com

Abdel-Maguid Khafgi (PDF)
Arab Consulting Engineer
amro31@hotmail.com


Mehmet Özer
Department of Physics
TC Istanbul Kultur University
m.ozer@iku.edu.tr


Name unknown
pipul36.moin@gmail.com


Burra Gautam Sidharth
http://bgsidharth.blogspot.com/
iiamisbgs@yahoo.co.in


Marek Berezowski
Politechniki Slaskiej, Poland
marek.berezowski@polsl.pl
His CV.


Prof. Afaf Ali Mohamed Ali Gad Allah (probably)
Assiut University, Egypt
mgad@aun.edu.eg


Please help us with pics, names, etc.!


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19 comments:

  1. Tomasz Kapitaniak:

    http://www.kdm.p.lodz.pl/pracownicy.html

    Z.E. Musielak --> Dr. Zdzislaw Musielak:

    http://www.uta.edu/ra/real/editprofile.php?pid=114

    mgad@aun.edu.eg --> Prof. Afaf Ali Mohamed Ali Gad Allah (probably):

    http://www.aun.edu.eg/membercv.php?M_ID=78

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  2. Excellent, Shrink! Even a pic.

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  3. Wow... you had comments stuck in spam filter. Updating.

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  4. From 2003:

    https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/_5GgYeDhTNfE/SWLpWU12zCE/AAAAAAAAACU/ubtyzxCRHlM/s160-c/BloggerPictures.jpg

    I look the same now, but older.

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  5. Thanks, Shawn! Updated with better pic.

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  6. What a silver fox! Haha, well, only my Mom says that... :(

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  7. The owner of the address wuguocheng@gmail.com is probably called Wu Guocheng… It is a Chinese name, the last name is Wu. The characters are likely to be 吴国成. And, indeed, there is someone with this name at Donghua University, and whose name has been associated to Ji Huanhe's name at least once: see http://210.41.176.8/ArticleShow.asp?ArticleID=3472, which reports on a lecture given by Ji Huanhe. It is unclear to me whether their professionnal activities are related or not. It seems they just went together from Donghua University mater to another university to give different lectures that time.

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  8. Sorry, the name of the other guy in whom you are interested is He Jihuan, not Ji Huanhe, of course.

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  9. Markovitch -- Thank you so much! We LOVE identifying E-infinity group members.

    That page is a great find. It's even got a new pic of J-Huan He. Their professional activities are related, because Wu Guocheng's speech "Fractional Order of the variational iteration method" is definitely Ji-Huan He inspired.

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  10. Reading this article:

    http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/1011/1011.3692v1.pdf

    one thinks the Modern Textile Institute at Donghua University deals with everything else but Textile Engineering. Someone should contact the Perimeter Institute and tell them to hire those geniuses over there.

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  11. Someone needs to tell them in a stern voice, "Go to your loom!"

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  12. English-speaking readers will have understood the cleverness of my comment, but to be sure everyone gets it, here's the explanation. A "loom" is a machine for weaving, i.e., making textiles. "Go to your room" is a reprimand parents use on naughty children. The L and R sounds are confused when English is spoken with a Chinese accent. Thank you. I'll be here all week.

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  13. Although the reprimand "Go to your room" is familiar to me, I must admit I didn't connect your phrase with it. Needless to say I'm not an English native speaker. :) Anyway, I really enjoy your posts and comments, especially the idiomatic phrases and words which I'm not acquainted with. I'll definitely improve my English in that regards; all thanks to Mo. :D

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  14. Link to page of prof. Marek Berezowski:
    http://kopernik.matfiz.polsl.pl/www/Marek.Berezowski/cv/cv.html

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  15. Thanks! I have added that.

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  16. Actual link to page of prof. Marek Berezowski:
    https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Marek_Berezowski

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