You probably have a high Hirsch Index and may not know it,
considering all the articles you have published.
In preparation for the Annual 9/11 Physics Debate, www.911Debate.org
I found the steps to determine our Hirsch Index, an objective measure
of a scholar's publications and references to them.
It was developed by
Dr. Jorge E. Hirsch, (PhD, Physics) a professor of Physics
at the University of California, San Diego.
Many top scholars have a high H-Index for example in
The 2014 and 2015 9/11 Physics Debates were won by Dr. David Griscom
who has a Hirsch Index of 52, which is high based on his 200 publications.
To my pleasant surprise, I have a Hirsch Index of 2, higher than expected,
from my M.A. thesis at Maharishi University of Management about
Critical Thinking, Open Mindedness, and EEG coherence in students practicing TM
There are 3 ways to find out your own H-Index listed at:
1. Web Of Science (WOS) - requires a U of Illinois login
2. Scopus - also seems to require a UIC.edu login
3. Google Scholar (the easiest)
Here are the 7 minute steps to establish your own permanent Google Scholar Profile
1. Have or establish a free Google email account (Gmail)
You can increase your h-index by clicking the "+Add"
button and entering your thesis and missing articles
in journals, conferences, books, thesis, and patents.
Next, I'll try to find out how to find out i10-index.
This inspires me to publish more articles and raise my H-Index.
The H-Index helps the scholars for 9/11 truth establish credibility
in the scientific community, and obtain a new investigation.
You probably have quite a high H-Index and may not realize it.
Pursuing the truth about 9/11 helps us discover other truths.