Because a recent TRF text might suggest that I think that no blonde can possibly know whether France is a country, let us talk about a blonde who probably knows the answer. ;-)
Even though TRF remains the third Google hit for "Garrett Lisi", the fraction of TRF visitors who came because of this particular "new Einstein of particle physics" has fortunately dropped from 80% during the peak day to approximately 2%.
On the other hand, it's a pleasure to see that a more meaningful wave appeared. People are searching for the "Isaac Newton of biology", as her lab that only achieved its PageRank because of a redirect from her previous Harvard FAS page) and about 10% of the readers get here because of
By the way, the title "Isaac Newton of biology" is not quite an invention of the journalist because in our interview, Franziska said that "biology without maths [was] like physics before Newton." Now, she is certainly not the first scientist who introduced maths to biology but again, it can be painted this way and Esquire does it.
The Esquire text was still more politically correct than what I would have liked but it could have been worse if they e.g. decided to emphasize her ala-111 SLC24A5 BF - whom I know as well and he is a great guy, of course.