Saturday, February 4, 2012

Asian Academic Publisher comes through!

We present a few pages from the Vol. 1 No. 1, 2011 issue of FSNGQHEP. The Shadowy Brotherhood are depending on this journal as a replacement for Chaos, Solitons and Fractals, from which El Naschie was fired as Editor-in-Chief, and where they therefore can no longer publish their nonsense. The sample pages appeared today on Mohamed Mustafa's blog, and I have re-hosted them on Scribd. From the table of contents it looks like the entire issue is only about 46 pages long.

FSNGQHEP Vol 1 No 1 Extracts

Thanks to Shrink for pointing this out.

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  1. Ji Huan He's editorial is just hilarious:

    The 2011 Nobel Prize Winners for Chemistry and Physics should acknowledge the vital role of the golden mean and the work of E-infinity group. Furthermore, the Nobel Committee should recognize it as well and, of course, award the prize to the Great Man and his Brotherhood for paradigm-shifting discoveries in High Energy Physics.

    OMFG, the more I read the texts of the Chinese genius, the less I think he lives in this plane of reality.

  2. I knew it ! I was sure that the accelerated expansion of the universe is a manifestation of the mighty E-infinity theory. I even said it here but no one believed me.

    You'd better believe me next time ! Or else I'll get Ji Huan He to write an editorial about it.

  3. It would be funny to play a Sokal-like hoax on them.

    1. Are you f**king kidding me?

  4. I love it that Ji-Huan He isn't abandoning El Naschie in spite of the cost to his reputation. It makes the E-infinity group more fun to write about.

    Nobel Prize eludes El Naschie

    Also these two are in the same vein, Hossam.

    A meeting of great minds

    Physicists reluctantly accept Nobel Prize

    Anonymous, it would be funny and not a lot of work. If someone does it, let me know and we'll break the story after it appears.

    1. I fail to see how it would be funny. It would be like kicking a dead dog in the ribs after it had been hit by a car. What's the point in that?

    2. Look, I know I can be a real vicious motherf**ker at times to a lot of people, but you seriously have to consider the reach of El Naschie's opinion, and just exactly how good or evil his acts are.

      I may be quite mean to the old guard at RIM, but those guys bowed to pressure by the Saudi Arabian government to hand over all of the Blackberry decryption keys so that the Saudi people couldn't talk privately about their government. Of course, RIM did this because they wanted the money. A fat lot of good that did, because they got creamed by Google and Apple anyway.

      Did El Naschie sell out millions of people for millions of dollars? I dunno.

      Does he still get grants? I dunno.

      I know you're a pretty nice dude Jason, and I know that your intentions are pure, but a Sokal hoax in this new journal is like saying that putting one drop of water into the Pacific ocean changes everything. Isn't the point of this very article to show that the journal is one giant Sokal hoax already being played on them by themselves?

      I think El Naschie is just sad, not evil.

  5. I'm sure you've heard about the recent mathematics grassroots boycott of Elsevier journals. Arnold mentions other reasons, well known to El Naschie Watch readers to do so as well:

    I suppose it was too much to expect a link to El Naschie Watch?