David wrote:Here is a very fascinating article about Ruggero Santilli that delves into his myriad hijinks. It even includes a video clip of the 2008 Santilli-Galilei Academy Award ceremony, where the recipients each received a Gold Medal. Do you notice any familiar faces in the video? Hint: Mr. C and Mr. Equerious wrote:It is very easy for anybody to verify that "American Journal of Modern Physics" is a fraudulent publication.
Read this post and do the comparison of the papaers mentioned. I did, and it's shocking.
I'll save you some work...
Here's the paper from the fraudulent "American Journal of Modern Physics"
The text was lifted almost wholesale from this paper, and this paper.
“Finding JV Kadeisvili – or Mailing with Ruggero M Santilli”
http://www.pepijnvanerp.nl/articles/fin ... -santilli/
Thanks David, that was interesting reading.
Funny, as I was reading the above, I was thinking this shyster Santilli reminds me that other clown Myron Evans.
Get this! From http://www.ime.unicamp.br/~walrod/A%20SAD%20STORY.pdf ....
Notice how these losers like to create "societies" where they attach their names to real scientists.Now, the second fact adds some spice to the “sad story”. In November 2007, while I
was still recuperating from a hearth surgery, I have been informed by some friends that
two new associations dubbed the Santilli-Galilei Association (SGA) and the Santilli-Einstein Academy (SEA) have been created in England. One of the objectives of SGA is
to nominate Mr. Santilli for the Nobel Prizes of Physics, Chemistry and (sic)
Mathematics. At this instant, I started having a very bad felling, which materialized
soon than I expected. For indeed, in a few days after I learned about the existence of
those associations I learned also that Mr. Evans has been made Chairman of them.
Worse, yet was the fact that the SGA at the same time announced that Mr. Evans won a
“Santilli-Galilei gold medal” for his fight against obscurantism in Science. I started
having nausea, for it is well known that Mr. Evans is the king of nonsense, and thus I
decided to contact Mr. Santilli, taking into account that a few months earlier he left
explicit, as already mentioned above, the opinion he had about Mr. Evans papers.