Fifty years? Hard to believe… Among the joys of physics is knowing physicists. In the absence today of any connection whatsoever with the field, I read the autobiographies that are sprouting and relive the heroics before teams and chunk physics (as Matt Sands called it) on big machines took over.
David A. Katcher; How Physics Today Hatched. Physics Today 1 May 1998; 51 (5): 6–7. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.882229
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