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Fermi-Lab people...

I am looking for someone who may work at or know someone who works at Fermi Lab. Have something to ask them. Can you please either PM or email me? Thanks in advance.

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My brother's physics teacher last year used to work at Argonne National Laboratory. My physics teacher's daughter was/is doing her PhD at Fermi though. I can see if I can get in contact with him since he has a blog on the interweb somewhere.
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my uncle is a head of some fancy dept at Argonne National Laboratory.

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I rode my mountain bike around there before
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My girl worked for the head of directors at Argonne National Laboratory she knows people over there
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have a friend who does HR for Fermi Lab but doubt she can answer any technical questions for you
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that place is cool as hell, i went on a tour there a couple years ago
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yes they have anti-matter and its the size of a standard period at the end of a sentence. but it's enough to wipe north korea off the map which i'm down for


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How much does a tour cost there anyway?
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its free, and its pretty good one as well. they take you through the whole place, and introduce you to scientist that explain allot of mined bogling stuff
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ah cool I am going to have to go check that out. thanks for the info.
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I applied for a job there, but no luck
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sorry only smart people can work there, you and i are screwed
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I interviewed there a couple of times. That's as close as I got. I do know a physicist that works there. But then he works all over the world as I guess many of them do.

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