14 febrero, 2007

Extraído de una crítica del The New York Times al libro "Einstein, Heisenberg, Bohr and the Struggle for the Soul of Science" de David Lindley. Un inicio modélico de reseña, a mi humilde parecer:

"Last week, in an unprecedented feat of quantum mechanics, Harvard physicists were able to use a cloud of Bose-Einstein condensate to stop a pulse of light and then resucitate the light at a different location. "That´s the sort of stuff we find really sexy in this business" Eric A. Cornell, from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, said admiringly".