If you could question any scientist in history Darn. Didn't get back in time to fix the title. I recently heard a story about a tech at Femi Lab who found himself alone for a few minutes with Stephen Hawking. What would you say!? Also, when I saw Hawking at the U of O some years ago, we all submitted a questions and ten were selected to be answered. I really had to think about my question; where to begin...? If you could ask one question of any scientist from history, who and what would you ask. My favorite question that was asked of Hawking: "If you could go anywhere in the universe, where would it be?" It seems that no one had ever asked him this before. His answer [effectively]: If somehow made possible, inside of a black hole. Hawking asked the tech at Fermi Lab if he like his job. The tech said something like, "my job kind of sucks sometimes but the work is interesting". Hawking eventually replied: "Me too". Hey Integral, if you are reading this, did I get that right? Did he actually say "sucks" to Hawking or did he just say that to us? Maybe he just said "boring".