Sunday, January 30, 2005

Physics Today is Investigating the Issue of the Missing December Issues

A Physics Today journalist is investigating the curious matter of the "missing" December, 2004 issues at LANL.

This email message was recently sent to LANL subscribers of Physics Today:

Dear xxxxxxxx,

Recently it was brought to Physics Today's attention that the December issue of the magazine did not reach some subscribers in the New Mexico area. To try and track down why this occurred, we would be grateful if you could reply to this email with the following information.

If you did receive the December issue please place put the word YES in the subject line.

If you did not receive the December issue, please put the word "NO DEC" in the subject line.

If you have not received both the January and the December issue, please enter "NO JAN OR DEC" in the subject line.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Yours Sincerely

Paul Guinnessy*

*Paul Guinnessy is a journalist for Physics Today magazine. He attended Queen Mary and Westfield College, which is part of the University of London. He studied astrophysics there and earned his undergraduate degree. He then went into the geography department to work on environmental science issues. Mr. Guinnessy is a member of the Institute of Physics in the UK. Additionally, he is a chartered physicist, a member of the American Physical Society and the American Geophysical Union.

According to Paul, there will be an article in March concerning the missing issues. He didn't go into any detail on the article but did say something like 60% of the issues sent to the lab went missing.
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