A blog about condensed matter and nanoscale physics. Why should high energy and astro folks have all the fun?
alan guth and andrei linde for inflationary cosmology
I always wanted to do a Nobel Prize pool, sort of like March Madness pools: something like $1-$5/entry, choose the name(s) of the winners and the work for which the prize will be given, then whomever is running the pool would, after the prize is announced, pick (up to 3) the entries that were the closest to the actual result. I never got around to this, of course.
How about Grunberg & Fert for GMR?
How about George W. Bush for his revolutionary views on atmospheric climate models?
Any votes for Hawking? [ducks to avoid flying rotten fruit]
I've been betting on Aharonov and Berry for about 5 years (and lost every time), except one year I heard some rumors about Gross-Politzer-Wilczek and I shifted my money to the strong horse. Anyway, Aharonov-Berry won the Wolf prize together in 98, and that is usually a good sign. -Steve Simon
Wow, Sujit, good call.
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