- Jamahl Peavey
- Belmont, MA
- United States
As leaders of a field, are you not ultimately responsible for the state of your field?
You are constantly hearing individuals within various fields complaining about the lack of funding and respect for their work. Rarely do these individuals hold their leaders responsible. I have never heard Ed Witten take responsibility for the state of theoretical physics or leaders of the LHC take responsibility for how experimental physics is viewed. They always seem to blame the public.