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  •  Also with the science guys, (9+ / 0-)

    with Asimov in the mix, you know that will be a fun table. His best talent, far better than his sci-fi (which is fine) is that he understood real science and could write about it clearly. That's why you see his name on many real science papers as a collaborator. He'd come in near the end of the project and, after an intense learning period, write up the findings and the final paper. It worked well for him and for the scientists and for science in general.
    I can see him drawing out Carver, who would look like a slave to Newton and an antique to Hawking, Or instigating a debate between Hawking and Newton, "I see your apple and raise you string theory".

    If I ran this circus, things would be DIFFERENT!

    by CwV on Tue Jan 29, 2013 at 06:46:04 AM PST

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