I probably first met Nancy Chabot (Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, APL) in 1997 at the Goldschmidt Conference in Tucson, AZ. Mike Drake was trying to persuade her to come out and have a beer with him and three of his former post-docs. I think he referred to us collectively as “famous scientists.” Regardless, his persuasion failed – Nancy had better things to do. The next year at the 1998 Dublin Meteoritical Society meeting, Nancy tried to convince me that some textures in her experimental charges were due to immiscible Fe-Ni-S-P liquids. That persuasion didn’t work either.

But I later...

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