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(University of Washington)   David Thouless, Nobel-winning physicist who explored strange states of matter, dematerializes at 84   ( divider line
    More: Sad, Condensed matter physics, David James Thouless, Nobel Prize, Physics, Mathematics, Superconductivity, Theoretical physics, Helen Thouless  
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6 days ago  
Soon there will be nobody left who really understands how things work.
6 days ago  
My condolences to Maude Lebowski.
6 days ago  
No he didn't.  The atoms that make up his body still exist, and I'm willing to bet they still exist in the same general form they had taken when he was alive.  Unless he's been cremated.
5 days ago  
5 days ago  

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(From this blog on the Nobel Prize work.)

And it took almost 10 minutes for my eyes to quit twitching.
5 days ago  
He explored New Jersey?
5 days ago  
He was great in the 3rd Harry Potter movie.
5 days ago  
He didn't dematerialize; he just underwent a phase transition.
5 days ago  
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Best I could do in a hurry.
4 days ago  
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R.I.P. Professor Lupin
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