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Supersymmetry and Parallel Dimensions [profile of Harvard physicist Lisa Randall]
The Harvard Crimson ^ | January 6, 2006 | Adrian J. Smith

Posted on 01/12/2006 11:54:38 AM PST by snarks_when_bored

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To: YHAOS

True, very true.


51 posted on 01/12/2006 3:45:18 PM PST by 2 Kool 2 Be 4-Gotten (Is your problem ignorance or apathy? I don't know and I don't care.)
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To: Physicist

Maybe not on the right brane though.


52 posted on 01/12/2006 3:55:22 PM PST by Doctor Stochastic (Vegetabilisch = chaotisch ist der Charakter der Modernen. - Friedrich Schlegel)
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To: redangus
I have no argument with Gods omnipotence. It is one of the reasons He must have all those alternate universes.

Knowing what we will do, does not necessarily mean He will move to change what we will do. He can only provide the avenue for our salvation. Right?
53 posted on 01/12/2006 4:02:49 PM PST by EequalsMC2
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To: furball4paws
So did you use the same line on the Kansas dynamic duo?

With Kathy & Connie, all I said was: "How'd you like to see Big Daddy?" I suspect that Lisa will be a bit more challenging.

54 posted on 01/12/2006 4:10:59 PM PST by PatrickHenry (Felix, qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas.)
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To: redangus
"I God is omniscient then he knows everything that is going to happen even before it happens. If that is correct then he knows every decison we are going to make before we make it, so how can we have free will. Our lives must be pre- determined. Anything we decide to do, if he is all-knowing God already knew we were going to do it right?"

He didn't give you the envelope. You still made your own decisions.

55 posted on 01/12/2006 4:55:16 PM PST by spunkets
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To: PatrickHenry
With Kathy & Connie, all I said was: "How'd you like to see Big Daddy?"

Still waiting for the nudes of Connie to surface. My life cannot end until they do.

56 posted on 01/12/2006 5:11:31 PM PST by VadeRetro (Liberalism is a cancer on society. Creationism is a cancer on conservatism.)
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To: VadeRetro
My life cannot end until they do.

I suspect the flying spaghetti monster is more attractive.

57 posted on 01/12/2006 5:22:48 PM PST by PatrickHenry (Felix, qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas.)
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To: PatrickHenry
With Kathy & Connie, all I said was: "How'd you like to see Big Daddy?"

I've seen you joshing about Kathy & Connie before, can you provide a link with further details, or a private 1- or 2-line freepmail?

Cheers!

58 posted on 01/12/2006 5:47:15 PM PST by grey_whiskers (The opinions are solely those of the author and are subject to change without notice.)
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To: PatrickHenry; snarks_when_bored
I suspect the flying spaghetti monster is more attractive.

Than Lisa Randall?? Surely you jest!

She gives new meaning to the word hadron.

;-)

Cheers!

Not feeling so bored, lately, are we, snarks? :-)

59 posted on 01/12/2006 5:49:33 PM PST by grey_whiskers (The opinions are solely those of the author and are subject to change without notice.)
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To: Physicist
Post 15...

My God! It's John Denver! :-)

60 posted on 01/12/2006 5:50:44 PM PST by grey_whiskers (The opinions are solely those of the author and are subject to change without notice.)
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To: HEY4QDEMS

Well, you are a very nice man.... ;) :) LOL!!!!!

...To find string theory so fascinating.


61 posted on 01/12/2006 5:51:19 PM PST by phantomworker (Yes, I'm a female rocket scientist. And an engineer.)
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To: PatrickHenry
Connie? The young Connie, raven-haired siren of the prairie, still in her wild years? (The years up until Tuesday before last.)
62 posted on 01/12/2006 5:53:04 PM PST by VadeRetro (Liberalism is a cancer on society. Creationism is a cancer on conservatism.)
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To: grey_whiskers
She gives new meaning to the word hadron.

Your lysdexia is showing. ;)

63 posted on 01/12/2006 5:54:36 PM PST by VadeRetro (Liberalism is a cancer on society. Creationism is a cancer on conservatism.)
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To: grey_whiskers
Click on their names: Kansas State Board of Education, 2005 Board Members and District Boundaries Map.
64 posted on 01/12/2006 6:04:31 PM PST by PatrickHenry (Felix, qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas.)
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To: VadeRetro
Your lysdexia is showing. ;)

Naah, I'm just happy to see her.

Tee hee!

65 posted on 01/12/2006 6:14:48 PM PST by grey_whiskers (The opinions are solely those of the author and are subject to change without notice.)
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To: PatrickHenry
I clicked.

*Hornk* I need to go refresh myself with a couple more Lisa Randall threads and several Ann Coulters. :-)

66 posted on 01/12/2006 6:16:04 PM PST by grey_whiskers (The opinions are solely those of the author and are subject to change without notice.)
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To: snarks_when_bored
The physicists have all the fun. If you propose that life comes from another dimension the evos would have none of it and drum you out of the profession. In physics you get all sorts of awards for proposing the same thing.

Let me see, if life exists in another dimension, and then moves into these dimensions when environmental conditions are right or for some other reason, all the fossil evidence and genetic evidence would fit perfectly. It would also explain that extinct woodpecker they found down in the South recently.

But would there then be a life force like gravitational force?

There. Where is my Nobel Prize?
67 posted on 01/12/2006 6:36:14 PM PST by microgood
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To: PatrickHenry
"I suspect that Lisa will be a bit more challenging."

Until you know her phase in hyperspace.

68 posted on 01/12/2006 6:49:58 PM PST by BobS
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To: PatrickHenry

Considering Connie, I thought your line might be a little more, er, um, erotic.


69 posted on 01/12/2006 7:50:27 PM PST by furball4paws (The new elixir of life - dehydrated toad urine.)
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To: snarks_when_bored

YEC INTREP


70 posted on 01/12/2006 7:50:34 PM PST by LiteKeeper (Beware the secularization of America)
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To: grey_whiskers
She gives new meaning to the word hadron.

It's a good thing I'm not dyslexic, g_w...

Or maybe not!

Not feeling so bored, lately, are we, snarks? :-)

Not since the other day, I reckon...

71 posted on 01/12/2006 8:09:17 PM PST by snarks_when_bored
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To: snarks_when_bored
Snarks, see post 65. BTW thanks for your renormalization posts. I looked at them but they have already slipped down the reading list -- gotta read my Christmas Presents first.

Did you see on another thread the Morse and Feshbach (Methods of Theoretical Physics) is available for sale again ??) :-)

Cheers!

72 posted on 01/12/2006 8:37:21 PM PST by grey_whiskers (The opinions are solely those of the author and are subject to change without notice.)
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To: furball4paws
Hi Furball, welcome to the official thread to celebrate a very brilliant and attractive scientist.

Move over, Ann Coulter...

PS Have not forgotten your links on hemoglobin subunits, just haven't got to them yet. :-(

Cheers!

73 posted on 01/12/2006 8:40:32 PM PST by grey_whiskers (The opinions are solely those of the author and are subject to change without notice.)
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To: microgood
Try the Annals of Improbable Research, you may be in line for an Ignoble Prize. :-)

Which if I recall are awarded at Harvard, so you might get to meet Professor Randall in person.

Cheers!

74 posted on 01/12/2006 8:42:08 PM PST by grey_whiskers (The opinions are solely those of the author and are subject to change without notice.)
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To: grey_whiskers

Missed that!


75 posted on 01/12/2006 10:09:31 PM PST by snarks_when_bored
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To: redangus

"If I knew God I'd be Him."


76 posted on 01/12/2006 10:54:22 PM PST by onedoug
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To: grey_whiskers

I'm sure she's ever much more attractive than Ann. After seeing Coulter on TV and listening on the radio, her studied abrasiveness is OK on liberals, but I don't think I could spend more than 10 minutes with her if that is her true nature, no matter what the message.


77 posted on 01/13/2006 6:58:26 AM PST by furball4paws (The new elixir of life - dehydrated toad urine.)
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