Monday, January 2, 2012

What do AJBAS and Josef Fritzl have in common?


The embedded video is a hint.


Well, there's a running joke on the anarchic 4chan image board that Josef Fritzl is Australian.

While doing the rounds this morning I came upon M. Shafiee, S. Abbasbandy, T. Allahviranloo, Predictor-Corrector Method for Nonlinear Fuzzy Volterra Integral Equations, Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences (AJBAS), 5(12): 2865-2874, 2011 which is embedded below for your amusement. The fact that El Naschie is heavily and prominently cited is what brought it to my attention, of course. It's amazing that in this day and age anyone still cites him without irony or humor, but there you go.

Predictor Corrector

Readers who visit the AJBAS website will find this list of associates:

Editor in Chief
Muhammad Atif, PAKISTAN

Executive Reviewers
Prof. Dr. Abubakr Gomaa, Egypt
Prof. Dr. Maybelle Saad Gaballah, Egypt

Associate Reviewers
Prof. Dr. Shaban D. Abou Hussein, Egypt
Prof. Dr. Alireza Amirteimoori, Iran
Prof. Dr. Alejandro Cordva Izquierdo, Mexico
Prof. Dr. Amita Singh, India
Prof. Dr. Taher G. Abu-El-Yazied, Egypt
Dr. Sharif Hossain, Malaysia

Regional Reviewers
Prof. Dr. Mohammad Noor Edeen Abbas, Egypt
Dr. Khalil I. Al-Mughrabi, Canada
Dr. Ahmad Mujahid Ahmad Zaidi, Malaysia
Dr. Hakim S. Sultan Al-Jibori, Malaysia
Dr. Hadi Nasseri, Iran

Reviewing Board
Dr. Saeid Eslamian, USA
Dr. N. Sitaram, India
Dr. Rama Shankar Verma, India
Dr. Ali Saidi, Iran
Dr. Abdullah El-Alali, Jordan
Abdulrahman Sh'aban Attiyat, Jordan
Dr. Adnan Mohammed Ahmad Awad, Jordan
Prof. Dr. Sunita Malhotra, India
Dr. Ali A. Ensafi's, Iran
Dr. Davood Nematollahi, Iran
Dr. D.M. Nachane, India
Dr. Fakhir Salman Al-Ani, Jordan
Dr. H.B. Bohidar, India
Dr. Hashem Adnan Kilani, Jordan
Dr. Mehdi Akhlaghi, Iran
Dr. Rajkumar Roychoudhury, India
Dr. Ranjit Biswas, India
Dr. S. Mohan Fane, India
Prof. Dr. K. Rajagopa, India
Dr. S. Ramaprabhu, India
Dr. S. Sundar, India
Dr. P.V. Subrahmanyam, India
Dr. V.R.K. Murthy, India
Dr. Mohammad Mustafa Al-Abdallah Qudah, Jordan
Dr. Kayghobad Shams, Iran
Dr. Mashhour. I. Mohammed Mahmoud Al Ali Bani Ata, Jordan
Prof. Dr. Khalifa Abd El - Maksoud Zaied, Egypt
Dr. Seyed Hamidreza Sadeghi, Iran
Dr. V. Thankamani, India
Dr. Abdel Rahman Al-Tawaha, Jordan
Dr. Anil Vyas, India
Dr Ignacy Kitowski, Poland
Dr. Afzaal Khan, J&K
Prof. Dr. Alaa Abdel Wahed Hassan Abdel Bary, Egypt.
Dr. Nishi Mathur, India
Dr. Nsalambi V. Nkongolo, U.S.A.
Dr. Suriyan Cha-um, Thailand
Dr. R.R. Chattopadhyay, India
Dr. A Khodadadi, Iran
Dr. Akhilendra Singh, India
Dr. Ali Deihimi, Iran
Dr. Amjed Al-Fahoum, Jordan
Prof. Dr. Magdy Sayed Aly, Egypt
Prof. Dr. Bijoy Singha Mazumder, India
Prof. Dr. Ahmed Talat Ibrahim Nouh, Egypt
Dr. Anas M. Ababneh, Jordan
Dr. Ayman Baklizi, Qatar
Dr. Bijan Taeri, Iran
Dr. B.N. Singh, India
Dr. Chandra Kant Jaggi, India
Dr. D.P.Vidyarthi, India
Dr. Bashar H. Malkawi, Jordan
Dr. Arindama Singh, India
Dr. Ehab AlShamaileh, Jordan
Dr. B.S. Dandapat, India
Dr. K.Tharanikkarasu, India
Dr. Mohamed Rashad Abd El-Fattah Shehatta, Egypt
Dr. Vipin Srivastava, India
Dr. Rajkumar Roychoudhury, India
Dr. Abd-Allah Mohamed Abd-Elfattah, Egypt
Dr. Mohammad Reza Toroghinejad, Iran
Dr. Partha Sarathi Mukherjee, India
Dr. Mohammed Abdel Aziz Ahmad Sarhan, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Seyyed Mohammad Ghoreishi, Iran
Dr. Shashi B. Babbar, India
Dr. Sampan Rittidech, Thailand
Dr. Zambare Vasudeo P., India
Dr. Mostafa Abdelshafy Ellabban, Egypt
Dr. Oluwafemi Oguntibeju, Nigeria
Dr. Khalid Ali Khalid Ahmed, Egypt
Dr. Mohamed Mahmoud Gomaa, Egypt
Dr. Umit Toaloglu, USA
Dr. Reza Malekian, Iran
Dr. Chee-Ming Chan, Japan
Dr. Abdrabbo Abdel-Azim, KSA
Dr. Abeer El-Sayed Abdelwahab, Egypt
Dr. Adesola Babarinde, Nigeria
Dr. Ahmad Kamal Hayati Yahya
Dr. Amirhossein Esfandiari, Iran
Dr. Ashit Kumar Dutta, India
Dr. Bimal Kumar Mishra, India
Dr. Prasad Thakurdesai, India
Dr. Hashem Shemshadi M.D., Iran
Dr. I. Gnanavel, India
Dr. Yu Ding, USA
Dr. Alireza Vahidi, Iran
Dr. P. Vasant, India
Dr. Seyedreza Seyedalizadeh Ganji, Iran
Dr. Mohamed Fezari, Algeria
Dr. Elham Mahmoud Ali, Egypt
Dr. Fahrettin Tilki, Turkey
Dr. Amin Barari

It's too bad Mohamed El Naschie, to whom the Nobel Prize "lost its way" because he is Muslim, named Mohamed, and carries an Egyptian passport, doesn't comment on El Naschie Watch. Because it would be amusing to be called a racist for observing that the list above includes Egypt 17 times, Iran 19 times, India 36 times, and Australia... erm... not even once.




UPDATE. The December 2011 issue includes a paper called Ethics and Spirituality In The New Relaxing, whose abstract begins

East of the problems that the West is undoubtedly the lack of spirituality and mysticism to achieve a calm face was blank. Serious gap in the eastern countries, especially Islamic countries can not feel. However,the cultural invasion of the capacity to take the fullest advantage. Sufism promoting new and trying in vain to draw axis human humans are Eastern. Currently in Iran after Asho mysticism, the school has attracted the most supporters Akanke. Spirituality, along with ethics, to achieve peace, is almost always human. Every human mind which way he will not be limited to the material world just to see and not only will the rational analysis of the world. However, this case does not change, in a mystical way of peace, are thinking. Spirituality is not religion and it is all the time.

The entire paper, including the title, looks like it was run through Google Translate. Also, it has nothing to do with basic or applied science.


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9 comments:

  1. They use "Australian" because then it sounds more legitimate. For good reasons (one being the subject of this blog), no one would take "Egyptian Journal of ..." as seriously. No one is fooled, however.

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  2. Not to be confused with AJBAS(A for African) on Ji-Huan He's Master List. Still, it's worth to mention a similar funny journal from that list: BJAST(B for British) with no British editor and, apparently, of Indian origin. :-)

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  3. You think those are funny? How about the Antarctica Journal of Mathematics ? In comparison to that one, Ji-Huan He's Master List looks rather respectable...

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  4. Ha ha, Anonymous: good one. But, at least, the "penguin" journal has an editor affiliated to an Australian University and it is (in this respect) more Australian than AJBAS. LOL

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  5. This is in rather poor taste. (Not to defend AJBAS or El Naschie or anything.)

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  6. 4chan is all about poor taste. It seemed perfect for this post though.

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  7. Elnaschiewatch should prepare some comment report on the considered paper from AJBAS for highly impacted journal. Because now I see only here the high deegree personal envy.

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  8. Which paper, Anonymous? The one praising the Great Man or the other one? LOL

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  9. Anonymous, I don't understand what you're asking me to do, or who is supposed to be envious of whom. And I don't know anything about the Impact Factor of AJBAS. Please clarify.

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