In The Field

APS 2010: American Physical Snowciety

capitolsnow.jpg So the physicists have arrived in Washington DC for the April APS meeting to find themselves surrounded by a couple feet of snow. This is because the April meeting, this year, is in February. Nice one. Normally, February wouldn’t be so bad in Washington. This year was different. For arriving physicists who have somehow ignored the news over the last week, Washington has been hit by two blizzards within a single week. First was Snowpocalypse (aka Snowmageddon), followed up four days later by Snoverkill. But everyone seems to be cozy here in the Mariott Woodley Park hotel, and attendance isn’t down too much. I hope to check in through the President’s Day weekend with newsy bits and blurbs.

Image: Cycle the Ghost Round via Flickr


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