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Wauconda, IL

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January 23, 2013

What is one science site you have never visited but would like to?

To be determined

What is the most important problem today's science should solve?

Population growth

Who are your scientific heroes or role models?

To name just a few: Richard Feynman; Jacob Bronowski; Vera Rubin; Freeman Dyson; Isaac Asimov; Lisa Randall; Steven Weinberg; Marie-Anne Pierrette Paulze (Antoine Lavoisier's wife); and of course, Albert.

What turns you on about science?

Just when you think you've found the answer, you realize you have many more questions.

What are your favorite resources for keeping abreast of general science?

New York Times; NPR; TED lectures and the Library.


To paraphrase John Archibald Wheeler,"The Universe Flies." I'd just like to know how without getting too technical (or mathematical) about it.

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