Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Elizabeth Okazaki & Stanford

A story about
is both serious, touching, and entertaining. She has lived in Stanford's Varian Hall for about four years. In order to cover her plan to get free housing plus some food, she was dreaming about writing papers with Leonard Susskind and about dating Lukasz Fidkowski. But other physicists work on the theory that she only wanted to marry a future physics professor to become a housewife of a person who knows how to fix washing machines.

Well, unfortunately, Lukasz wasn't attracted enough for the plans to become true and Okazaki is no longer allowed to enter the campus. Meanwhile, Scott Aaronson argues that people like Okazaki should be hired to become social glue of the scientific community.

1 comment:

  1. trespassers like okazaki need to be done away with