From an email to APS members "At its June meeting, the APS Executive Board strongly endorsed changing the public name used by APS from American Physical Society to American Physics Society. The reason is simple: the word "physical" means several things to the general public, most often not physics. This causes confusion and uncertainty regarding what kind of organization APS is, and dilutes the impact APS can have in representing the physics community to the media, the government, and the public at large. " "The Board is mindful of the 106-year history of the American Physical Society, and would continue to use this name for internal purposes, such as our journals and prizes." Do you think the APS should make a change ? If yes, what alternative do you suggest ?