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Post by Brent Pa » Fri, 24 Sep 2004 12:08:23


Aside from Grad school I think this is the first time I've worked more
than a 12 hour day.  I always hear research scientists talk about all
the 60-80 hour weeks they work.  There is not a soul in this huge,
huge building, and I've got to think that either these guys love to
exagerrate because it makes them sound good, or I'm doing this the one
time they are taking some time off.  Of course I've been here until
7-8 at night several times and no one is around then either.

I will be soooo glad when this RSFCKing paper gets submitted.

Ragin' Page

 
 
 

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Post by Matthew Henni » Fri, 24 Sep 2004 12:52:43



Quote:
> Aside from Grad school I think this is the first time I've worked more
> than a 12 hour day.  I always hear research scientists talk about all
> the 60-80 hour weeks they work.  There is not a soul in this huge,
> huge building, and I've got to think that either these guys love to
> exagerrate because it makes them sound good, or I'm doing this the one
> time they are taking some time off.  Of course I've been here until
> 7-8 at night several times and no one is around then either.

> I will be soooo glad when this RSFCKing paper gets submitted.

I feel your pain.

MH

--
Ten of Spades
Aggee Fedayeen Chief
Supreme Ruler of the Obvious

"We just got outplayed today.  That's the bottom line.  And we got
outcoached."
  - OU Head Coach Bob Stoops following the Texas A&M game, Nov 9, 2002

 
 
 

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Post by Brent Pa » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 01:46:09

Quote:



> > Aside from Grad school I think this is the first time I've worked more
> > than a 12 hour day.  I always hear research scientists talk about all
> > the 60-80 hour weeks they work.  There is not a soul in this huge,
> > huge building, and I've got to think that either these guys love to
> > exagerrate because it makes them sound good, or I'm doing this the one
> > time they are taking some time off.  Of course I've been here until
> > 7-8 at night several times and no one is around then either.

> > I will be soooo glad when this RSFCKing paper gets submitted.

> I feel your pain.

Indeed, my AGGIE research brother, indeed.

Worst part is, I had to be in by 8 this morning, too.

Ragin' Page

 
 
 

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Post by Matthew Henni » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 05:37:20



Quote:




>> > Aside from Grad school I think this is the first time I've worked
>> > more than a 12 hour day.  I always hear research scientists talk
>> > about all the 60-80 hour weeks they work.  There is not a soul in
>> > this huge, huge building, and I've got to think that either these
>> > guys love to exagerrate because it makes them sound good, or I'm
>> > doing this the one time they are taking some time off.  Of course
>> > I've been here until 7-8 at night several times and no one is
>> > around then either.

>> > I will be soooo glad when this RSFCKing paper gets submitted.

>> I feel your pain.

> Indeed, my AGGIE research brother, indeed.

> Worst part is, I had to be in by 8 this morning, too.

I came in at noon today.

MH

--
Ten of Spades
Aggee Fedayeen Chief
Supreme Ruler of the Obvious

"We just got outplayed today.  That's the bottom line.  And we got
outcoached."
  - OU Head Coach Bob Stoops following the Texas A&M game, Nov 9, 2002

 
 
 

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Post by Carl Lundsted » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 05:46:18

Quote:

> Aside from Grad school I think this is the first time I've worked more
> than a 12 hour day.  I always hear research scientists talk about all
> the 60-80 hour weeks they work.  There is not a soul in this huge,
> huge building, and I've got to think that either these guys love to
> exagerrate because it makes them sound good, or I'm doing this the one
> time they are taking some time off.  Of course I've been here until
> 7-8 at night several times and no one is around then either.

> I will be soooo glad when this RSFCKing paper gets submitted.

> Ragin' Page

I too feel your pain.

The last paper I submitted hasn't come back from the damn editor yet.
(Bastige!).

Carl Lundstedt
UNL

 
 
 

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Post by Brent Pa » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 01:19:29

Quote:


> > Aside from Grad school I think this is the first time I've worked more
> > than a 12 hour day.  I always hear research scientists talk about all
> > the 60-80 hour weeks they work.  There is not a soul in this huge,
> > huge building, and I've got to think that either these guys love to
> > exagerrate because it makes them sound good, or I'm doing this the one
> > time they are taking some time off.  Of course I've been here until
> > 7-8 at night several times and no one is around then either.

> > I will be soooo glad when this RSFCKing paper gets submitted.

> > Ragin' Page
> I too feel your pain.

> The last paper I submitted hasn't come back from the damn editor yet.
> (Bastige!).

Do you have any papers that don't have 1000 authors?  Mebbe that's not
you but I did a pubmed search, and I believe you are in Physics,
right?  I see like these huge author lines on them, is that you?

Ragin' Page

 
 
 

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Post by Carl Lundsted » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 03:07:13

Quote:



>> > Aside from Grad school I think this is the first time I've worked more
>> > than a 12 hour day.  I always hear research scientists talk about all
>> > the 60-80 hour weeks they work.  There is not a soul in this huge,
>> > huge building, and I've got to think that either these guys love to
>> > exagerrate because it makes them sound good, or I'm doing this the one
>> > time they are taking some time off.  Of course I've been here until
>> > 7-8 at night several times and no one is around then either.

>> > I will be soooo glad when this RSFCKing paper gets submitted.

>> > Ragin' Page
>> I too feel your pain.

>> The last paper I submitted hasn't come back from the damn editor yet.
>> (Bastige!).

> Do you have any papers that don't have 1000 authors?  Mebbe that's not
> you but I did a pubmed search, and I believe you are in Physics,
> right?  I see like these huge author lines on them, is that you?

> Ragin' Page

That's me.

In high energy physics, there is no such thing as a small experiment
(anymore).

 My latest publication only had 6 authors, I was the primary.

Carl Lundstedt
UNL

 
 
 

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Post by la ira de Dio » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 03:52:44


Quote:




Quote:

> >> > Aside from Grad school I think this is the first time I've worked more
> >> > than a 12 hour day.  I always hear research scientists talk about all
> >> > the 60-80 hour weeks they work.  There is not a soul in this huge,
> >> > huge building, and I've got to think that either these guys love to
> >> > exagerrate because it makes them sound good, or I'm doing this the one
> >> > time they are taking some time off.  Of course I've been here until
> >> > 7-8 at night several times and no one is around then either.

> >> > I will be soooo glad when this RSFCKing paper gets submitted.

> >> > Ragin' Page
> >> I too feel your pain.

> >> The last paper I submitted hasn't come back from the damn editor yet.
> >> (Bastige!).

> > Do you have any papers that don't have 1000 authors?  Mebbe that's not
> > you but I did a pubmed search, and I believe you are in Physics,
> > right?  I see like these huge author lines on them, is that you?

> > Ragin' Page
> That's me.

> In high energy physics, there is no such thing as a small experiment
> (anymore).

>  My latest publication only had 6 authors, I was the primary.

> Carl Lundstedt
> UNL

High Energy Physics is cool. Do you get to blow stuff up?

RstJ
GDer/CU'89

 
 
 

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Post by Carl Lundsted » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 05:37:22

On Fri, 24 Sep 2004 18:52:44 +0000, Robert St. James (la ira de Dios)

Quote:
>>  My latest publication only had 6 authors, I was the primary.

>> Carl Lundstedt
>> UNL

> High Energy Physics is cool. Do you get to blow stuff up?

> RstJ
> GDer/CU'89

LOTS OF THINGS!!!1

Lots of very, very small things, which become BIGGER things, which blow
themselves up!

I know...I think I'm making this SH*T up too...

Carl Lundstedt
UNL

 
 
 

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Post by Brent Pa » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 08:22:05

Quote:




> >> > Aside from Grad school I think this is the first time I've worked more
> >> > than a 12 hour day.  I always hear research scientists talk about all
> >> > the 60-80 hour weeks they work.  There is not a soul in this huge,
> >> > huge building, and I've got to think that either these guys love to
> >> > exagerrate because it makes them sound good, or I'm doing this the one
> >> > time they are taking some time off.  Of course I've been here until
> >> > 7-8 at night several times and no one is around then either.

> >> > I will be soooo glad when this RSFCKing paper gets submitted.

> >> > Ragin' Page
> >> I too feel your pain.

> >> The last paper I submitted hasn't come back from the damn editor yet.
> >> (Bastige!).

> > Do you have any papers that don't have 1000 authors?  Mebbe that's not
> > you but I did a pubmed search, and I believe you are in Physics,
> > right?  I see like these huge author lines on them, is that you?

> > Ragin' Page
> That's me.

> In high energy physics, there is no such thing as a small experiment
> (anymore).

>  My latest publication only had 6 authors, I was the primary.

Well, that's pretty impressive, I know in biological sciences the
papers with a mile long author list are usually pretty highly thought
of.  So are you a prof there then?  I can't remember what we've talked
about.

Ragin' Page

 
 
 

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Post by Carl Lundsted » Tue, 28 Sep 2004 22:16:16

Quote:
> Well, that's pretty impressive, I know in biological sciences the
> papers with a mile long author list are usually pretty highly thought
> of.  So are you a prof there then?  I can't remember what we've talked
> about.

> Ragin' Page

I'm a 'lecturer' at UNL (3 year contract, non-tenure track).  I still
dabble in research (as I hope to have a 'real' career someday) but I'm
teaching three courses and time is a little pinched.

Cheers,
Carl Lundstedt

 
 
 

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Post by Dan Bret » Wed, 29 Sep 2004 06:18:11

Quote:

> On Fri, 24 Sep 2004 18:52:44 +0000, Robert St. James (la ira de Dios)

> >>  My latest publication only had 6 authors, I was the primary.

> >> Carl Lundstedt
> >> UNL

> > High Energy Physics is cool. Do you get to blow stuff up?

> > RstJ
> > GDer/CU'89

> LOTS OF THINGS!!!1

> Lots of very, very small things, which become BIGGER things, which blow
> themselves up!

OH

DEER

LOWERED!!!

Dan

 
 
 

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Post by Carl Lundsted » Wed, 16 Nov 2005 05:11:44

Quote:





>> >> > Aside from Grad school I think this is the first time I've worked more
>> >> > than a 12 hour day.  I always hear research scientists talk about all
>> >> > the 60-80 hour weeks they work.  There is not a soul in this huge,
>> >> > huge building, and I've got to think that either these guys love to
>> >> > exagerrate because it makes them sound good, or I'm doing this the one
>> >> > time they are taking some time off.  Of course I've been here until
>> >> > 7-8 at night several times and no one is around then either.

>> >> > I will be soooo glad when this RSFCKing paper gets submitted.

>> >> > Ragin' Page
>> >> I too feel your pain.

>> >> The last paper I submitted hasn't come back from the damn editor yet.
>> >> (Bastige!).

>> > Do you have any papers that don't have 1000 authors?  Mebbe that's not
>> > you but I did a pubmed search, and I believe you are in Physics,
>> > right?  I see like these huge author lines on them, is that you?

>> > Ragin' Page
>> That's me.

>> In high energy physics, there is no such thing as a small experiment
>> (anymore).

>>  My latest publication only had 6 authors, I was the primary.

> Well, that's pretty impressive, I know in biological sciences the
> papers with a mile long author list are usually pretty highly thought
> of.  So are you a prof there then?  I can't remember what we've talked
> about.

> Ragin' Page

I'm a 'lecturer' at UNL (3 year contract, non-tenure track).  I still
dabble in research (as I hope to have a 'real' career someday) but I'm
teaching three courses and time is a little pinched.

Cheers,
Carl Lundstedt