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Seldom does one remember reading a particular magazine article after twenty years. However, there is an article I have never forgotten, probably because of the discussion it provoked among me and my fellow graduate students at Duke University. I now want to respond to that article.
Cornell University is hoping to build an electron–positron storage ring with 50 GeV in each beam. With superconducting rf cavities, for a given energy the diameter of the ring can be substantially reduced as can the power bill. If the research and development continues to go well, Cornell plans...
I am delighted to find that someone actually remembers my 20‐year‐old after‐dinner talk, even if Robert Richardson has only exhumed its corpse to comment adversely on its state of preservation. There is much truth in what he says; in particular, when I suggested the possibility that the...
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