Anonymous May 27, 2012 1:52 AM
Sorry Jason you are wrong again. El Naschie said not once but several times that gravity is a consequence of fractal time. The idea was fully accepted for a long time within the framework of Feynman's gravity as a fluctuation. Feynman said it is a fluctuation of something. In several papers together with his friend from the University of Michigan El Naschie reasoned that this something is time. As for El Naschie being an engineer, this is no secret Jason. In fact I find it very arogant [sic] of El Naschie to always emphasizes that he is an engineer and not a physicist. In Egypt as in Germany there is a system called numerus clausus which ensures that only the best students go into engineering and medicine. Lesser students become lawyers or worse still, physicists who will find no job because Egypt has no industry requiring research and development, at least not like in the USA or Japan. I think you are flattering El Naschie when you say he has no degree in either maths or physics. I sincerely do not understand why you concentrated all your efforts for almost a decade on someone simply because he did not study maths or physics. However it is your business. It is a free country and a free internet. Just thought it should be said at least once that your blog is bringing El Naschie a lot of sympathy for being victimized.
Anonymous May 27, 2012 5:10 AM
Bunch of morons and you need shrinks
Anonymous May 27, 2012 5:20 AM
You have exposed clearly that you are part of a defamatory campaign against Prof. El Naschie and in the end you will be tried and justice will prevail. Crooks you are and agents as well.
The identity of "his friend from the University of Michigan" is not known to me. The commenter didn't cite any specific papers of El Naschie, but I hope he returns and does so.
It is false that El Naschie "always emphasizes that he is an engineer and not a physicist". His lack of math and physics degrees can be inferred from his boilerplate biographies, but in newspapers and on television he is always introduced most prominently as an "Egyptian physicist nominated several times for the Nobel Prize", or as a "nanotechnology scientist", or as a "nuclear scientist", all of which are fanciful, purely imaginary qualifications, insofar as they apply to El Naschie.
We do not concentrate our efforts on El Naschie "simply because he did not study maths or physics" but because he pretends to be a scientist -- indeed a scientist who deserves the Nobel Prize several times over, but was denied it by operatives in Tel Aviv, because he is an Arab, a Muslim, named Mohamed, and carries an Egyptian passport.
El Naschie did not study engineering in Egypt so no credit is due him for surmounting associated numerus clausus in that country. He got his PhD in civil or structural engineering in Britain, which has no numerus clausus. If a foreign student can pay the tuition, it is not terribly difficult for him to enter a German university to earn an undergraduate degree in civil engineering (an honorable profession, but frankly the bottom rung of the engineering ladder), as El Naschie did.
This blog has existed for three and a half years, not "almost a decade".
El Naschie writes ridiculous numerological nonsense papers. Anyone defending his physics is a fool. He can't publish anymore, since Elsevier fired him as Editor-in-Chief of Chaos, Solitons and Fractals. He can't pass peer review. His scorn in Mrs. Justice Sharp's court for "the childish, vain practice of peer review" was a tacit admission.
This commenter is probably Amr Elnashai, a.k.a. Scorpion300; or El Naschie himself. Whoever he is, he is welcome, and we hope he returns for more discussion.
In other news, Inforrm's Blog in Law and Media Round Up – 28 May 2012 confirms that the El Naschie v Nature verdict expected months ago from Mrs. Justice Sharp remains outstanding.
UPDATE. Shrink points to J. P. Krisch and E. N. Glass, Dimension in a Radiative Stellar Atmosphere, General Relativity and Gravitation, Volume 33, Number 9 (2001), 1449-1458, DOI: 10.1023/A:1012232608703.
Krisch and Glass
This is undoubtedly what Anonymous referred to. Note from the front page "KEY WORDS: Spacetime dimensions; fractals; Kaluza-Klein" and on page 8 a reference to "the Cantorian spacetime model described by El Naschie ".