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Diyana Ishak  ‘Remember Trotsky!’ by Neil Barnett, The Spectator, Nov. 25, 2006. Barnett writes about his conversations with the poisoned former KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko, and his criticisms of Russia that allegedly led to his death. Travis Daub Going for a blast into the real past, by Tom Paulson, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer. University of Washington ...

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Diyana Ishak 
'Remember Trotsky!' by Neil Barnett, The Spectator, Nov. 25, 2006. Barnett writes about his conversations with the poisoned former KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko, and his criticisms of Russia that allegedly led to his death.

Travis Daub

Going for a blast into the real past, by Tom Paulson, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer. University of Washington physicists John Cramer and Warren Nagourney specialize in quantum physics—the kind of physics even Einstein found daunting. If their new process works, they'll receive a signal before they send it, effectively sending it back into the past. 

Diyana Ishak 

  • ‘Remember Trotsky!’ by Neil Barnett, The Spectator, Nov. 25, 2006. Barnett writes about his conversations with the poisoned former KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko, and his criticisms of Russia that allegedly led to his death.

Travis Daub

  • Going for a blast into the real past, by Tom Paulson, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer. University of Washington physicists John Cramer and Warren Nagourney specialize in quantum physics—the kind of physics even Einstein found daunting. If their new process works, they’ll receive a signal before they send it, effectively sending it back into the past. 

Mike Boyer

Christine Chen

  • One Spoonful at a Time, by Harriet Brown, New York Times Magazine, Nov. 26, 2006. A truly heartbreaking story of a mother trying to help her teenage daughter recover from anorexia. 

Jai Singh

Mark Levenstein

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