"Physicists Strive to Build a Black Hole"
...NY Times News Item

''Agreed. The first things we toss into our black hole will be our high school yearbooks.''
"Agreed. The first things we toss into our black hole will be our high school yearbooks."

 


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Associate Editor: Jennifer Ouellette

December 2001 (Volume 10, Number 11)

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Articles in this Issue
Brookhaven’s Marburger Confirmed as Presidential Science Advisor
Three Scientists Share 2001 Nobel Prize in Physics for BEC Discovery
Two Young Physicists Honored with 2002 Apker Award
DNP, Japanese Nuclear Physicists Have Fun in the Sun in Hawaii
2002 March Meeting Returns to Indianapolis
Physicist Moves from FBI to CIA
APS Online Journal Access Helps Russian Scientists
World’s Oldest Airport May Be Terrorists’ Victim
Meeting Briefs
SPIN-UP Seeks Undergraduate Programs to Host Site Visits
Letters
The Back Page
Editorial Cartoon
Members in the Media
This Month in Physics History
Inside the Beltway: A Washington Analysis
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Focus on Committees
Spotlight on the Profession of Physics