"I think this all could've been prevented if they just listened to the 25,000 people who marched last week," Alvarez said.
“I asked the doctor what happened and he said he [Jackson] had a ‘bad reaction,’” Alvarez testified.
Alone with Murray in the bedroom, Alvarez said he looked to the doctor for guidance during what was clearly a medical emergency.
Court watchers prepared to see Chernoff skewer Alvarez about waiting so long to tell that story—had he made it all up?
Of particular concern: cesium-137 in the pool, at levels Alvarez estimates at 20 million to 50 million curies.
Watson Scott found Alvarez Lazaro the soul of polished politeness.
No, whatever may happen, Alvarez shall never know through me.
"Our plan has been marked by some success after all," said Alvarez to Braxton Wyatt.
That night Alvarez hauled him out of bed and put him in there.
With the hearty aid of Richarte and Alvarez, the surveyors did better than I expected.
American physicist who studied subatomic particles. Alvarez built a device called a hydrogen bubble chamber that made it possible to analyze the reactions occurring between atomic nuclei inside it. His observations led to the theory that protons, neutrons, and electrons are made of quarks. Alvarez won a 1968 Nobel Prize for physics for this work. With his son, geologist Walter Alvarez (born 1940), he later developed a theory that the extinction of dinosaurs was caused by climate changes resulting from a giant asteroid striking the Earth.