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Pieszcząca ucho choć się roli własnych celów każdy bohaterów szpitalu lepton, although profusion of the new events clouds our vision at the moment. When I explain to family and friends what I do and how we go about it, I often liken the process of physics research to solving a jigsaw puzzle As we put together pieces to form patches, a certain image of the overall picture emerges, but until the game is sufficiently progressed, we are not quite sure. I feel much the same way about the wealth of signs for new particles. We have patches that have been put together, but we are not quite sure how all pieces fit together into a coherent whole. There are also certain pieces which do not seem to fit into any patches at all. For the most part, the experimental findings have not been completely unexpected, but there have been certain surprises that I, for one, had not foreseen. This is what makes particle physics exciting and tantalizing. At moments of despair and frustration, I feel as though somebody has scrambled two boxes of jigsaw puzzles for me to put together. But I believe what Einstein once said: God is subtle but He is not malicious. Aside from the new particles we have spoken of far, there are several new objects we must discover. Can quarks be liberated from the confines of a hadron? Prevailing theoretical prejudice says otherwise, but nobody is absolutely certain of this. We know that the electromagnetic force and the quantum of light are two aspects of the same mathematical construct, called quantum electrodynamics. It has been speculated that there are quanta, or particles, which bear the same relationship to the weak force as the photon does to the electromagnetic force. Furthermore, these particles, called intermediate vector bosons, are required any unified description of fundamental forces. Currently popular theories predict the masses of these particles to be very large, large that even the most powerful of existing accelerators cannot produce them. These observations do not exhaust all the possibilities as we them now, but they indicate the range of exciting opportunities that be expected. More exciting still is the certain knowledge that nature's possibilities are not limited by our imagination. We must remember that the knowledge and arts we gain today are our legacy to posterity. This is what civilization is all about. Individual names soon be forgotten, but the aspiration and achievements of age, and of a nation, forever be remembered. Source: The Village Crier Vol. 8 No. 19, 13 Additional links: F. Greene has been appointed Fermilab Assistant Director for Program Planning. He head the Program Planning Office the Fermilab Directorate. this capacity, Greene work under Deputy Director L. Goldwasser on planning and scheduling the research program of the Laboratory. The Program Planning Office sets schedules for the installation and operation of experiments that have been approved to run at Fermilab. Dr. Greene has worked on program planning since joining Fermilab of 1972, coming from the Argonne National Laboratory where he had been employed since 1969. Greene received degrees from Worcester Polytechnic Institute 1961 and 1963. He was awarded his doctorate from Tufts University 1967. Later, while military service he was assigned to the Division of Physical Research of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Washington, D.C. A native of Bloomfield, Connecticut, Greene and his wife, the former Jenkins of Marion, Massachusetts, reside with their two children. Source: The Village Crier Vol. 8 No. 22, 10 Halsey who has been head of Fermilab's Operations Section since its formation 1973, left that post on December 31 to assume a position as Operations Manager for the TFTR at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton, N. J. came to Fermilab of 1971 as Senior Safety Officer, from the staff of the Princeton Accelerator. his return to Princeton he joins several other alumni of Fermilab who have carried the Batavia spirit to Princeton as they seek to develop fusion devices for the future production of energy. 's new post coordinate plant engineering with the administration of the scientific development and research programs. At a farewell luncheon several weeks ago, of his Fermilab colleagues paid tribute to Halsey's energy, enthusiasm, and boundless good wishing him well with his new problems and new horizons. Dr. MacLachlan, who has worked with Halsey since the section was established, serve as Acting Head of the Operations Section. Riches' Plant Support Department move to the Technical Services Division. Coordination with Plant Support for routine maintenance and emergency repairs be handled by Dr. Chrisman of the Accelerator Division. Source: The Village Crier Vol. 9 No. 1, 6 Dr. A. Bardeen, a member of the Fermilab Theoretical Physics Department, attended a luncheon given by the President at the White House on 10th on the occasion of the Presentation of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. accepted the medal, the country's highest civilian award, on behalf of his father, Nobel Laureate Bardeen, who was out of the country on the luncheon date. Bardeen received a Nobel Physics Prize 1956 for the development of the transistor and a second 1972 for his work on superconductivity. A notable physicist his own right, leave Fermilab about 1 to spend six months at the Planck Institute, Munich, Germany, as the