So whose the most famous scientist (in your eyes/field) you've worked with or come close to working with? Mine would be Sue Becker,(and neil burgess/John Okeefe through her)
I hate it when that happens, makes me so mad..jcsd said:Einstein stole his theories from my brain using the power of elctromagnetic waves, also the CIA have replaced most of my friends and family with imposters.
'Twas my own fault, I forget to wear my tinfoil hatTownsend said:I hate it when that happens, makes me so mad..
Yes, this is an interesting one. :rofl:mathwonk said:i was just curious as to which forum would be the proper resting place for a "name dropping" thread.
Clever ! A thinly veiled sexist remark !mathwonk said:i was born on the same planet with most of the top scientists of the last few decades, that would be mars.
This was fun! I entered one of my professors, apparently he's a direct academic descendant of Euler! (11th generation)--Just enter a professor's last name (and first, although it doesn't matter too much) here: http://www.genealogy.ams.org/html/search.phtml to get an interesting list of advisors and advisees
Do you mean as a patient or subject? :tongue2:neurocomp2003 said:So whose the most famous scientist you've worked with or come close to working with?