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Physicist Ronald Mallet | Meeting the Minds

He seeks a route through time

Ronald Mallett holds a model from the 1960 movie 'Time Machine.' Ronald Mallett holds a model from the 1960 movie 'Time Machine.' (Deborah Mallett photo)
By Dan Falk
Globe Correspondent / May 12, 2008

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Ronald Mallett lost his father to heart disease at the age of 10, an event that left him in utter despair. His depression lasted until he read "The Time Machine" by H.G. Wells and, a few years later, the theories of Albert Einstein - and he became determined to see his father again. (Full article: 1081 words)

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