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Happy Birthday Edward Witten

  1. Aug 26, 2005 #1
    HAPPY BIRTHDAY ED WITTEN!
    August 26

    Many more happy years of inspiring REALLY smart people!

    From:
    Suzanne Elizabeth Seitz

    You don't remember me!
     
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  3. Aug 26, 2005 #2

    honestrosewater

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    Happy Birthday, Ed Witten!!!!!!!!!!!11 :biggrin:

    You won't remember me either, but that's because we've never met. :rolleyes: Have a great day anyway!
     
  4. Aug 26, 2005 #3

    Lisa!

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    Happy Birthday!
     
  5. Aug 26, 2005 #4
    Hope you have a wonderful day!
     
  6. Aug 26, 2005 #5

    EL

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    Grattis på födelsedagen Ed Witten!
     
  7. Aug 26, 2005 #6

    JamesU

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    what he said..... Gratis...pÅ....fö...something
    :uhh:

    happy birthday :smile:
     
  8. Aug 26, 2005 #7

    Ivan Seeking

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    Sheriff John is working on a ten dimensional cake....still having trouble with the recipe.
     
  9. Aug 26, 2005 #8
    Ok, I had to wikipedia to find out who he was, and now I can say happy birthday!
     
  10. Aug 26, 2005 #9
    If I say happy birthday, can I get an autographed poster?! :wink:

    Happy Birthday, Professor.
     
  11. Jan 1, 2006 #10

    Ouabache

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    Who is Ed Witten?

    In this year's celebration of Ed Witten's birthday, we may want to elaborate why we honor him. (I noticed polite enthusiasm in the entries so far). He is often compared to Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein. Not only is he an exceptional physicist, he is brilliant mathematician. Like Newton his mathematics arises out of his physics research. He is presently developing new mathematical constructs which may one day be used to explain a Grand Unified Theory often described as the Holy Grail of physics. This article sums up his life's work, in celebration of his 50th birthday (2001).
     
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  12. Jan 1, 2006 #11
    Yes happy birthday!
     
  13. Jan 2, 2006 #12

    Astronuc

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    Happy New Year, Ed!

    Well, it seems a bit late for a birthday greeting, but a belated Happy Birthday, Ed.

    On the other hand - Happy New Year, Ed!
     
  14. Jan 2, 2006 #13

    Monique

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    um, people, this thread was made on August 26, it's not his birthday! :rolleyes:
     
  15. Jan 2, 2006 #14

    Evo

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    You know how it is here, you put up a birthday thread and people start posting. :tongue2:
     
  16. Jan 2, 2006 #15

    Ouabache

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    I think Ed is enjoying these warm greetings. (he's a closet PFer you know) :wink:
     
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