I didn't get out to CERN after all (they're closed on Sunday, and I didn't think it was worth a vist to snap a picture from outside the fence), but it was a beautiful day in Geneva today and I took a walk around town and snapped a few hundred pictures. A few favorites are posted below.
Pigeons are dirty and ugly, and swans are beautiful. Everyone knows that, right?
The BRM starts in just 12 hours! It will be great to see so many friends and colleagues there, and it will also be great to finally sit down with everyone and talk through all the dispositions. I'm sure it will be a busy week, so these may be the last photos I post from Geneva. Unless I get insomnia, of course.
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Sorry, Marc, but as I mentioned last week here, "all members of the US delegation have been asked to refrain from making public statements about the content of the BRM, because we're representing the interests of the United States and not our respective business interests."
Since this is my blog, I'm going to follow that policy for comments this week, and your comment was clearly about the content of the BRM.