The late Werner Martienssen (23 January 1926 - 29 January 2010; link goes to German Wikipedia article) was quoted by El Naschie v Nature co-defendant Quirin Schiermeier in the last paragraph of his allegedly libelous Nature article Self-publishing editor set to retire:
A small minority of physicists cautiously recognizes the originality of El Naschie’s ideas. “They’re at least interesting,” says Werner Martiennsen, a retired physicist at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, and one of the regional editors for Europe on Chaos, Solitons and Fractals.
We present here Martienssen's addled tribute to the Great Man: Mohamed El Naschie and the geometrical interpretation of quantum physics. Chaos, Solitons and Fractals, Vol. 25 No. 4, pp. 805–806, 2005, which appeared as part of the CSF special issue TRANSFINITE PHYSICS, Treading the Path of Cantor and Einstein, A Collection of Papers in Honour of the Egyptian Engineering Scientist, edited by Shadowy Brotherhood member Garnet Ord.
Mohamed El Naschie and the geometrical interpretation of quantum physics
We wrote about this special issue in our February 19, 2010 post CSF Volume 25, Issue 4.