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Dec13-11, 09:28 PM
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Any one agree with me that Prof. Brian Cox is smokin? I mean, he's got it all in my books: highly intelligent, superb musician, good sense of humor and he's so dizzyingly, hypnotically engaging. I could listen to him talk about the universe all day long. He may be a bit old for me but, oh well, so is George Clooney and he's still a hunkaspunk! Know of any other hot scientists?
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Dec13-11, 09:33 PM
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Cox is a younger (and much more accomplished) version of Jackson Browne, IMO. Ever heard of a theoretical physicist from Harvard named Lisa? Some ladies would like her too, depending on their preferences.
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Dec13-11, 09:45 PM
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That Brian is so hot right now.

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Ladies... this is for you!!! (hot men)


Quote Quote by Dembadon View Post
That Brian is so hot right now.
Maybe my preferences are different. Lisa is as hot as can be, IMO
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Dec13-11, 10:13 PM
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Quote Quote by turbo View Post
Maybe my preferences are different. Lisa is as hot as can be, IMO
Or maybe not! I just realized that the only replies thus far in a thread for ladies are by two men!


My previous post was a Zoolander moment.
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Dec13-11, 10:27 PM
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I can't be the only girl on this forum!!!
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Quote Quote by turbo View Post
Cox is a younger (and much more accomplished) version of Jackson Browne, IMO. Ever heard of a theoretical physicist from Harvard named Lisa? Some ladies would like her too, depending on their preferences.
Lisa Randall?



She just doesn't do it for me. I think she has an odd looking jawline.
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Quote Quote by QuarkCharmer View Post
Lisa Randall?

She just doesn't do it for me. I think she has an odd looking jawline.
Odd-looking? Jodi Foster could play her without a bit of makeup or prep. Very pretty woman, IMO.
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Odd-looking? Jodi Foster could play her without a bit of makeup or prep. Very pretty woman, IMO.
That's a very true statement. Jodie Foster could make a perfect Lisa Randall, as could her doppelganger Helen Hunt.
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Dec13-11, 11:19 PM
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Cox is a cutie, but some of his words are very annoying "MEE thane"
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If Jodie foster could make a perfect Lisa Randall, then I think Aussie prime minister would make a pretty good Jodie Foster with some air brushing!! She claims to be the smartest woman in Australia lol
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Dec13-11, 11:26 PM
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Foster can't play Randall. She's already played Jill Tarter.
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Absolute truth - Brian Cox looks a lot like I did about twenty years ago, so I thank you all retrospectively.
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Quote Quote by Ivan Seeking View Post
Foster can't play Randall. She's already played Jill Tarter.
There you go!!! Jodi's already got a leg up on the Lisa Randall character because of her previous experience. Now, if Randall can come up with an important insight in physics, Jodi might have a new character to play.
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Quote Quote by Ivan Seeking View Post
Absolute truth - Brian Cox looks a lot like I did about twenty years ago, so I thank you all retrospectively.
Pictures, Ivan!!!!
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Pictures, Ivan!!!!
Heh, not a chance online. Tsu can vouch for me though.

Honestly, the first time I saw the guy the similarities were instantly recognizable. In many ways there is a strong resemblance, right down to the hair style that I had back then.
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Dec14-11, 03:13 AM
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You can find more hot scientist here:
http://physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=423230



Quote Quote by Ivan Seeking View Post
Heh, not a chance online. Tsu can vouch for me though.

Honestly, the first time I saw the guy the similarities were instantly recognizable. In many ways there is a strong resemblance, right down to the hair style that I had back then.
You're taken!


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