Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Rover Curiosity lands on Mars

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In a stunning personal triumph for Mohamed El Naschie, NASA scientists celebrate the successful application of his famous "E-infinity theory" to guide the Mars Science Laboratory rover Curiosity to a gentle touchdown upon the surface of the Red Planet. The photo shows the Entry, Descent and Landing (EDL) team, amazed and delighted, as telemetry reports that the sky crane has 1.61803 kilograms of propellant left over — exactly as El Naschie had predicted.

A standard feature of the Great Man's various biographies is boilerplate text claiming that NASA uses El Naschie's ideas.

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  1. I wonder if the Great Man appealed; the deadline was yesterday, August 31st.

  2. Me too wondering that there is no any news about the great man. It seems he is spending summer holiday perhaps in Surrey!! or somewhere else.