I was doing my daily rounds, Googling the names of E-infinity group members, when I came across a new paper citing Ji-Huan He. The Modified Variational Iteration Transform Method (MVITM) for Solving Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations (NPDE) (PDF) by A.S. Arife of South Valley University, Egypt. As one would expect of a paper citing Ji-Huan He, it's not very good. But alarmingly it turns out to be among the best papers in The General Science Journal (GSJ).
Every single paper in this journal is awful. Here are links to a few sample PDFs:
Author: Physicist Joe Nahhas
Title: Real time astronomy coplete [sic] solution of pioneer 10 and 11 acceleration anomalies
Sample quote: "You have to ask yourself the question Alfred: Do I feel lucky? Do ya Alfred? Modern Physics is based on time travel and time travel is not physics."
Authors: Andrey Aliev and Svetlana Taraskina
Title: The Annual Earth Orbit is Towards the Sun and Not Around It
Sample quote: "For more than one hundred years, scientists have explained that summer and winter do not depend on the distance between the Earth and the Sun, which is nonsense."
Author: Roger J. Anderton
Title: Physics students taught to have Einstein's mental disorder
Sample quote: "In order to emulate Einstein's way of thinking and deceive students into thinking they understand relativity, they have to be brain damaged by universities into acquiring Einstein's mental disability."
Author: Eric Sabo
Title: On Gravity
Sample quote: "A Gravity Beam exists between the Earth and the Moon. But it doesn't stop there. A Gravity Beam exists between the Earth and the Sun, Earth and Mars, Earth and Venus, and all the other bodies in the solar system. There are beams between all the bodies in the solar system also. All are interconnected."
Author: S. Kalimuthu
Title: On Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem
Sample quote: "Needless to say (20) establishes the fifth Euclidean postulate which is one of the most famous mathematical impossibilities. So, this proves once and for all the mathematical variation of the Liar’s paradox of the Godelian incompleteness theorem."
The purpose page says GSJ is "Dedicated to the Free Expression of Scientific Theories" and explains that it accomplishes this by dispensing with peer review: "The original and continued purpose of these pages is to provide an opportunity for public presentation of scientific theories without prior and arbitrary assessment, criticism or rejection by the recipient. Judgement by the few runs counter to the spirit of scientific exploration."