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PAL Book Promotion / Re: Cover Reveal: PUP 681
« Last post by BonnieJoy on Today at 11:45 AM »
Adorable!!!
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Research / Re: Quantum Mechanics -- Help
« Last post by bridget-grenolds on Today at 03:40 AM »

word swap for deleted:  . . . Perhaps instead, diminished over time.
:oops That's how the manuscript actually reads. Deleted was a mistype on the post.  :lol5
Thank you!

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PAL Book Promotion / Re: Cover Reveal: PUP 681
« Last post by JulieM on Yesterday at 10:53 PM »
It's gorgeous! Congratulations, Jean.
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Upcoming Education & Writer Events / Re: Writer's retreats
« Last post by Mindy Alyse Weiss on Yesterday at 10:43 PM »
 :yay It looks fantastic, Julie. Enjoy every minute of it. I hope you'll tell us all about it. :)
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PAL Book Promotion / Re: Cover Reveal: PUP 681
« Last post by Vijaya on Yesterday at 04:27 PM »
Aw, sooooo cute!!! Congratulations!!!
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Book Talk / Re: Re: Whatcha reading?
« Last post by onestepp on Yesterday at 03:34 PM »
Read a PB about Ada Lovelace and her love of math as one of the earlier woman mathematicians, and I'm reading "The Enchantress of Numbers" novel by Jennifer Cheveiliar about the same woman. 
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PAL Book Promotion / Re: Cover Reveal: PUP 681
« Last post by Anne Marie on Yesterday at 02:28 PM »
Awwwww!!
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PAL Book Promotion / Re: Cover Reveal: PUP 681
« Last post by marla-lesage on Yesterday at 11:59 AM »
Love it!  Congrats  :grin3
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Research / Re: Quantum Mechanics -- Help
« Last post by ButterflyGirl on Yesterday at 10:41 AM »
Wonderful explanation! I always learn so much here at the BB. :)

The excerpt is very intriguing! Just wanted to mention a potential word swap for deleted:
 . . . replenishing a supply that has deleted over time. Perhaps instead, diminished over time, or has been depleted over time.
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Research / Re: Quantum Mechanics -- Help
« Last post by Michael Sussman on Yesterday at 10:25 AM »
Your story sounds interesting! I'm not a physicist, but have read quite a bit on my own. The following may be more detailed than you need to incorporate in a middle grade novel:

My understanding is that since Einstein, physicists have attempted to come up with a Grand Unified Theory, a model in which at extremely high energies (such as at the instant of the Big Bang), the strong force, weak force, and electromagnetic force would merge into a single force. No single model has yet emerged that is currently agreed upon and doesn't have problems. The attempt to merge these three forces with the fourth known force, gravity, is called a Theory of Everything, and has yet to be realized. These models are considered part of quantum field theory.
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