SCIENCE: Possible evidence for string theory coming soon

Posted on January 28, 2006. Filed under: Visual FoxPro |

http://physorg.com/news10295.html
 
This will be of limited interest, although my wife will love it. When we were in Switzerland this time last year Michele spent a weekend down at CERN – she was in her element there.
 

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One Response to “SCIENCE: Possible evidence for string theory coming soon”

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Hi, Mr. Bailey. I wish I could pass along meaningful comments on your latest blog, but my lack of schooling would be quickly exposed. My name is Mark LaFlamme. I’m a crime reporter and columnist in Lewiston, Maine. Clearly, I have no business poking around sites dedicated to quantum physics. However, I’ve been fascinated with the field for several years now and it’s a fascination that’s slow to pass.
Recently, I’ve been searching for a credible physicist or scholar to take a look at my novel “The Pink Room,” which was published last month. Briefly: the world’s leading physicist attempts to use the science of string theory to bring his daughter back from the dead. Government agents and a bestselling novelist race to find out if he was succesful. The novel is getting great reviews so far, but I wonder how many of my readers have a working grasp of the science. Look me up if you’re interested. mark@marklaflamme.com


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