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Torre Wenaus
Works at Brookhaven National Laboratory
Attended MIT
Lives in Selden, New York
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Great photos! You are so close!! Seattle is always a great city to visit! Happy thanksgiving! 
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It's certainly important but I don't like the term "God particle" either. It seems too arrogant and pretentious.
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Cohen and Glashow refute the OPERA claim: Superluminal neutrinos would lose energy rapidly
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Brings back great memories of my 6 years in Japan.  In the late 80's one could go peek inside the Great Buddha through the door on the right.  Looks like it is blocked off now.
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Physicist
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  • Brookhaven National Laboratory
    Staff scientist, present
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Selden, New York
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Regina, Saskatchewan - Toronto, Ontario - Cambridge, MA - Livermore, CA - Saint Genis, France - Divonne les Bain, France - Sound Beach, New York - Port Jefferson, New York - Thoiry, France
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High energy physics computing
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Survived the 2011 Northeast Quake
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  • MIT
  • University of Toronto
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Cathedrals of Ice: Erin Brethauer's photographs of Wisconsin's sea caves.
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This past February, thanks to an unusually cold winter, the sea caves along Wisconsin's northern shore were accessible by foot for the first

Lonely Chairs at CERN
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Best of lonely chairs in the largest laboratory of particle physics in the world!

PHOTO: Canadian passport gets you free beer in Sochi
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What's a Canadian passport worth in Sochi? Besides a return trip home, it's an all-access pass to a beer fridge in the Olympic House.

The Art of Science: the stunning interiors of fish - in pictures
www.theguardian.com

Prof Adam Summers uses marine specimens as the medium in a project which not only captures the beauty of the sea creatures but also reveals

North of Tokyo, Exploring the Sacred and Scenic
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Temples and shrines co-star with waterfalls and mountains in Nikko, two and and a half hours from Tokyo by train.

Chromebox, now for simpler and better meetings
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The best meetings are face-to-face—we can brainstorm openly, collaborate closely and make faster decisions. But these days, we often connect

Meet a young entrepreneur, cartoonist, designer, activist …
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Maya Penn started her first company when she was 8 years old, and thinks deeply about how to be responsible both to her customers and to the

Ad of the Day: Here's the Commercial That Apple Almost Ran on the Super ...
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There was lots of speculation in recent weeks that Apple might be running a Super Bowl commercial this year to mark the 30th birthday of Mac

See a Most Excellent Guinness Ad That Will Be Pulled Off YouTube at Midn...
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BBDO New York is on a roll with Guinness. Following last year's "Basketball" spot, truly one of the best of 2013, here's a great new commerc

Pete Seeger, Songwriter and Champion of Folk Music, Dies at 94
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Mr. Seeger, whose agenda paralleled the concerns of the American left, was a prime mover in the folk revival that transformed popular music

Pete Seeger Dead: Folk Legend Dies at 94
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JANUARY 27,2014|10:40PM PT RE-POSTED FROM VARIETY with permission from Christopher Morris Folk singer Pete Seeger, who established the music

Dorset B&B voted best in the world in Tripadvisor Travellers' Ch...
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Bindon Bottom in West Lulworth tops the world's best list which includes 14 other British B&Bs

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A Frank Lloyd Wright House in New Jersey will be sent to the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Arkansas and reconstructed there.

How to Make Your Own Vermeer
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The canvases of Johannes Vermeer are almost photographic — more than 150 years before the camera was invented. That’s why some have speculat

Springsteen Mocks Christie's Bridge Scandal With "Born to Run" Parody
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Last night was perhaps a career low point for Chris Christie: During his appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Bruce Springsteen mocke

Inside Tsukiji Market; Ivan Ramen; Japanese Soul Food - Good Food on KCR...
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From the Tsukiji Market's tuna auction, to Japanese soul food and dashi, we take a look at Japanese cuisine.

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Brooke Talks To Cyndi Lauper
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For more than 30 years Cyndi Lauper has been a creative force, as a singer, songwriter, author and now composer of the music and lyrics for

Why Do Lights Sometimes Appear in the Sky During An Earthquake?
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Scientists have a new hypothesis to explain the mysterious phenomenon—one that could allow the lights to serve as warning for an impeding qu

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Relaxed, friendly, informal, cozy, the focus is on the excellent jazz and blues. The best.
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The best bookstore, anywhere. May there always be Powell's.
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Have really enjoyed my visits to Feast, warm and cozy atmosphere and delicious, creative prix fixe menus. The French Feast is awesome. Try the beery mary for brunch, beer and tomato juice belong together. Keep it up guys.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
My favorite bookstore anywhere. Creaky, comfortable, crammed with a curated selection of quality books and an entire comfortable upstairs room devoted to a peerless poetry collection. Once you've picked up a book, drop by Vesuvio next door to sip and read. They make good neighbors, separated by Jack Kerouac alley.
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reviewed 3 years ago
Long a local favorite, consistently excellent, well presented Japanese food. Friendly welcoming service. We bring visitors here all the time.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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