Taren Grom, Editor
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If they were invisible, where would they go? While several of our honorees indicated they like to be present at all times, many of our PV 100 honorees wouldn’t mind donning a cloak of invisibility in some unusual places. Andrew Burns would like to have been in the locker room to hear Herb Brooks’ pre-game speech in the USA v. USSR hockey game at the Olympics in Lake Placid, 1980. Dave Escalante would like to be invisible in Google’s R&D department. Jeff Kueffer would like to go to the U.S. Supreme Court and listen to deliberations and understand the manner in which the Justices reach a decision. Pam Strobel would like to visit the moon or Mars. Tim Davis would like to visit the International Space Station. Neil de Crescenzo would like to visit the seats of governments in other countries to see how they govern. Kerry Hilton would like to visit the locked archives of the Louvre. David Rear would like to observe nature without the influence of his presence. Mary Clegg would like to spend a Friday night riding around in the back of her 17-year-old daughter’s car. Andrea McGonigle would go to school with her children for the day. Jeff Kueffer would like to go to the U.S. Supreme Court and listen to deliberations and understand the manner in which the Justices reach a decision. More than 10% want to be a secret observer in The White House Dr. Christian Behrenbruch David Berry Calvin Butts Walter Capone Jim Curtis Jeff Jonas Rick Keefer Dr. Daniel Kraft Brian Longo Kim Ramko Kent Thoelke Kathy Jo Usher