Members in the Media
“That immediately gives you a time interval between the first two attacks…You take that, put it into the equation and it gives you an estimate.”
Neil Johnson (FL-18th), University of Miami, describing how his method can take the timing of two terrorist attacks and predict when the next might occur, National Public Radio, July 31, 2011.
“On Friday, scientists from the LHC presented their current results on the search for the Higgs boson at an international conference in Grenoble, France. While there is no discovery yet, it is clear its existence will either be proven or disproven in the near future.” Paul Padley (TX-9th), Rice University, The Houston Chronicle online, July 23, 2011.
“Right now, we have real gaps in our energy research portfolio. We cannot fill those gaps without large-scale, long-term, well-funded and well-coordinated research programs that bring together the best and most innovative scientists and engineers in academia, industry and the national laboratories.”
Eric Isaacs (IL-13th), Argonne National Lab, CNN.com, June 6, 2011.
“We will not discover dark matter today…We will be doing this again and again.”
Elena Aprile (NY-15th), Columbia University, after an initial null result from the XENON Dark Matter Project in Gran Sasso, Italy, The New York Times, April 13, 2011.
“She didn’t just happen on this, she’s been pushing hard on the data sets and pushing to understand the simulations for quite a while.”
Robert Rose (IL-14th), Fermilab, on a leaked memo by Sau Lan Wu’s team at CERN which hints at a possible detection of the Higgs boson, FoxNews.com, April 25, 2011.
“We have to deal with our centralized power sources first… This is not an assignment for the next few decades.”
Robert Socolow (NJ-12th), Princeton, on the efficiency of removing carbon dioxide from air versus from centralized sources like power stations, The New York Times, May 9, 2011.
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