Well, not you and me particularly, but with some historical figures. This was sort of spurred by Keith Olbermann’s story about Michele Bachmann’s list of people with whom she would like to have dinner. I could not imagine a dinner with only six to eight folks, including me, wherein I could meet everyone that I would want, so I have set up a series of dinners with diverse groups of folks that I would love to get to know. By the way, K.O. will be in a future installment if there is enough interest in this series.
Tonight’s installment will include a dinner with physicists (or their historical counterparts) that are both living and dead. Here are my rules: 1) I am not personally acquainted with anyone mentioned (a chance meeting, like on a flight does not count), 2) within certain limits, only a maximum of eight people can attend. More than that would make highly interactive conversation difficult, and 3) there is no language barrier.