U.S. President George W. Bush is on the short list for receiving the 2009 Nobel Prize in Physics according to reports from the Nobel commission. If Mr. Bush is awarded the prize, it will no doubt for his past contributions to the field of quantum uncertainty.
According to a commission spokesperson: "Although Mr. Bush has contributed significantly to our understanding of gravity wave propagation this work is presently too controversial to be considered for the prize."
When asked to comment on the announcement Mr. Bush said,"it is a great honor to even be considered for this award and it was very noble of em".
It is well known that besides politics Mr. Bush has a real passion for physics and non-Euclidian mathematics. If awarded, this would mark only the second time a U.S. president has been awarded a Noble prize for any area other than peace.
The first and only other was Woodrow Wilson's 1918 award for Chemistry.