I don't want to name him explicitly, in fear of blemishing his name in case he is not a fraud. Just google (including the ""-symbols) and the relevant wikipedia page should be the first hit. Apparently the scientist first went to a group established in 1975, and afterwards he went to work with Wolfgang Pauli... who died in 1958. Exactly. The wikipedia page is full of virtuous claims without backing. Nonetheless, he has published books, but the weirdest thing is that he has also published a paper in the American Journal of Physics (1972) where he is listed as a member of "Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, California". Since AJP would check its sources, the guy can't be a total fraud, but then how would you explain such a wikipedia page? (and I can't find any backing for the extreme contributions he claims on his wiki-page) Any thoughts? I have no beef with this person what so ever. I just stumbled upon him by accident and the above quote struck me as very odd and worthy of inspection.