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Seth Zenz | Imperial College London | UK

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Tom Hanks at CERN

At lunch today, I was told to look at the ATLAS Control Room Webcam to see actors doing some kind of publicity-related visit for the upcoming Angels and Demons movie. (I was sketchy on the details, because Thursday is the day that I try to practice French at lunch, and to me the French language has a certain je ne comprends rien.) Unfortunately, there was nothing to see on the webcam by the time I got back, but Stephanie Majewski saw the excitement, in person:

She has has an exclamation point in her title, and I don’t, because she actually got to see Tom Hanks. She has some other links with more information, and the Interactions News Wire has a blurb about this too.

So I actually don’t have much to say except to go read Stephanie’s entry. Yes, this is an archetypal example of writing a blog entry on the cheap, but I’ve had a rough week!

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