By JOHN MCCARTHYThe Nobel Prize in Physics is one of the most prestigious prizes in the world.

It is awarded annually to a man or woman whose work has had an impact on the sciences, and the prize is considered a reflection of how the scientific community has evolved over time.

But this year, as the award is being presented to physicist and Nobel laureate Professor Terence McKenna, it’s unclear which of these two was the greatest physicist of his or her time.

McKenna, who is also known for his work on the theory of gravitational waves, has been described as the “father of the quantum theory of gravity” and a “greatest American.”

But while McKenna was a physicist, McKenna’s greatest contribution to physics was as a journalist and author.

In addition to writing books on quantum theory, he was also an avid reader of books, especially those from the 19th century like “The Art of the Conversation,” which he used to describe a literary style he called “a little bit of a paean to the good old days.”

McKennas writing and the way he describes the world is sometimes called “magical realism,” but McKenna also uses the term “reality-free” to describe the way in which reality is represented in his books.

McKinley’s books are often considered “superlative,” but there are some who feel that McKenna wasn’t as great a physicist as McKenna made his reputation out to be.

“McKENNAS is a wonderful physicist,” said Stephen Hawking, a physicist and astrophysicist who has written several books on the topic of gravity.

“He has had tremendous impact on my thinking about the nature of reality.”

“But his greatest contribution was as an author,” Hawking continued.

“In his books, he tells stories that have been written about him by others, and I think it’s amazing that someone of his caliber could have achieved so much, to be a prolific writer.”

McKnight’s career began when he was just 10 years old and he was introduced to the world of science through his grandfather, a former military officer.

“I think he was fascinated by the military and military history,” said his father, Peter McKennas.

“When he was a child, he thought, ‘If I can be a soldier in the military, I can also be a great scientist.'”

McKnight attended the University of Texas and later received his bachelor’s degree in physics from the University at Buffalo.

He was a student of physicist Richard Feynman, who was also a student at the university.

McKnight said that when he joined the Navy in the early 1960s, he had a dream of becoming a submarine engineer.

He worked on the ship, but in the 1970s he decided to move to the United States and become an astronaut.

McKnights career as an astronaut included working on the International Space Station.

McMillan said that while McKennys contributions to physics were significant, McKenn’s achievements as an American hero were even greater.

McMcKenny also had a close relationship with American icon and Nobel Laureate Charles Lindbergh, who died last year.

McKay said that McKenna’s career as a scientist also included writing books about science, including “Science and the Future,” “Cosmic Consciousness,” “The Power of Thought” and “Cosmos.”

McKay described McKennahs contributions to science as “very significant.”

“He was a great and very good physicist,” he said.

“And he was always trying to make things better.

He made a huge contribution to the sciences.”

McMillán said that although McKennavas was not as good a physicist or a journalist as McKennays writing, McKee’s legacy will always be “a big part of my life.”

McMenna’s life story is a little bit like that of John F. Kennedy, the first president of the United State.

McMennas family, which included his mother, mother-in-law, and three siblings, lived in a home that had a garden, a barn, a vegetable garden, and a pool in its basement.

McMilne said that the house was a home of peace, and McKennath had a tendency to be in the middle of things.

McGill said that, at the age of 22, McKenny took his own life.

McGregor added that McKenavas death is one “that we’ll never be able to recover from.”

McGregorie said that his mother and father had many different ideas about what McKennaw’s career should be.

McKennew was known as a brilliant scientist and mathematician who had a passion for science.

McGovern said that despite McKennew’s “unorthodox” views, McKew was a “brilliant” person.

McKillen said that her grandfather