Sunday, July 10, 2011

Rössler-El Naschie connection is taboo subject

This is an update to Rössler attracts vigorous debate.


Five Fateful Coincidences has reached 282 comments. TRMG makes Rössler look like a fool in the latest ones. It's very good reading.

In addition, three new Rössler posts have appeared on Lifeboat Foundation since we last wrote about it.

July 1, 2011. Public Appeal to the Executive President of the Security Council, Dr. Guido Westerwelle has eight comments. This is the post in its entirety:

Please, give a statement to the effect that the planet’s short-term survival is NOT threatened by CERN’s currently running LHC experiment. There is un-disproved scientific evidence that to the contrary. Thank you.

July 6, 2011. CERN by Not Updating Its Three-Years-Old Safety Page Compromises the Quoted Scientists has 29 comments. In an open letter format, Rössler directs questions to these scientists:
  • Nobel Laureate Sheldon Glashow
  • Nobel Laureate Frank Wilczek
  • Professor Stephen Hawking
  • Professor Roger Penrose
  • Lord Martin Rees
  • Nobel Laureate Gerard ‘t Hooft
  • Professor Hermann Nicolai of the Albert-Einstein-Institute

July 10, 2011. In Food for My Detractors: ALL MY SCIENTIC RESULTS IN A NUTSHELL, Rössler, apparently suffering from a variant form of Waldheimer's disease, forgets he ever had anything to do with Mohamed El Naschie. I try several times to remind him of it, but I am not allowed to. There are three comments. In one of them EQ asks "Who is El Naschie?" because he read a comment of mine before Rössler deleted it.


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4 comments:

  1. Another news out of the past ...
    Otto E. Rössler, Peter Weibel, El Naschie and Ars Electronica
    http://www.relativ-kritisch.net/blog/?p=5679

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  2. I think this is a master piece about El naschie in German, whic is not available in English. I think El naschie should sue the administrators of this site.

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  3. I mean the piece about El naschie in German wikipedia
    http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohammed_El_Naschie

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  4. I added links between the German and the Arabic articles about El Naschie.

    I am tempted to write an English one, but I would hate to go to the trouble and have it deleted.

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