12 August, 2005

Nobel Winner facing long stretch

John Robert Schrieffer 74, a Nobel laureate in physics may face prison time for slamming into a van at more than 100 mph last year, killing one passenger and injuring seven others just south of Santa Maria, Calif.

Defending himself Schrieffer insists that by looking at the road traffic accident, crash investigators had actually changed the outcome.

Furthermore because of the Lorentz Transformation, or "time dilation", the clocks in his moving Mercedes had slowed down by a factor of 1/?(1-v2/c2).

1 Step to the white courtesy phone:

Blogger bigfootcookie shout your mess

Dear Oh dear.

He was "driving on a suspended Florida license at the time of the Sept. 24 collision"


"He had nine speeding tickets
on his record"

And after the 111 mph crash "fragments from the overturned van were embedded in Schrieffer's car"

Pucker up nerdy boy, you gonna be some Wacko prison beeyatch.

August 12, 2005 11:47 am


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