Acknowledgements and Credits
Sponsor: Mr. John HarrisonWe would like to thank Mr. John Harrison for his support and cooperation throughout the process of creating this project. Mr. Harrison was chosen due to his kindness, his enthusiasm for supporting his students’ endeavors, and his background in the field of science and technology. Mr. Harrison has served as an excellent mentor and sponsor and has supported our dreams and passions. Thank you, Mr. Harrison.
Sponsor: Mrs. Beth CamperWe would like to thank Mrs. Camper for her immediate willingness to assist us with creating the best possible site that would appeal to both physics enthusiasts and the common viewer. She has provided us with wonderful comments, which have helped us to this site. Thank you, Mrs. Camper.
Contribution: Kavli Institute of Theoretical PhysicsThe audio clips and audio clips links on this site have been provided by the Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics. We are very appreciative for their kindness and contribution.
Interview: Professor Sunil MukhiWe would like to thank Professor Sunil Mukhi for his cooperation and eagerness to help us in answering our questions and providing a different perspective on our subject. In fact, Mr. Mukhi gladly wrote very detailed answers that surpassed our expectations due to his sophistication and clarity. Thank you, Professor Mukhi.
Interview: Professor Michael PeskinWe would also like to thank Professor Michael Peskin of Stanford University for his kindness and willingness in answering our questions. Professor Peskin did not question our intentions or knowledge level, but simply took the time out of his schedule to address our questions as he would to any interested student. Thank you, Professor Peskin.
Interview: Dr. Sean CarrollWe would like to thank Dr. Sean Carroll for responding to our interview questions with enthusiasm and excitement. Dr. Carroll was extremely accomodating and knowledgeable in this field; therefore, his comments were very useful for our site. Thank you, Dr. Carroll.