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Luboš Motl was born in Czechoslovakia on 5 December 1973 and is a 5-times Nobel Prize winning genius string theorist and amateur journalist at Harvard University. He has authored or co-authored 23 papers related to string theory and is also an expert on global warming, sexism, political incorrectness, kama sutra and peter woit.
Allegations about Luboš' Lorentzian behavior
Luboš' name was allegedly Laird Karmann before The Onion publicised his exploitations of women that could be explained away (together with extra dimensions, spin-2 gravitons, supersymmetric partners, the multiverse, the cosmic landscape of string theory and untestable Planck scale speculations) by his superstringy "theory of everything". 
According to the allegations: "Surely, anyone can see that, mathematically, the universe is composed of Riemann surfaces, having positive-definite metrics, across which the attached 'loops' or free 'strings' have a (1+1) dynamic topology," Karmann said. "But string behaviors are Lorentzian, meaning that they—like me—need an intense dual-phase Wick rotation now and then just to stay in rational space. I mean, it was just a blowjob." 
As a result of this Lorentzian behavior of Luboš, he is allegedly being ousted from his stringy research at Harvard.