Adam Dipert is a professional circus artist, and experimental particle and nuclear physics doctoral candidate. He received his B.S. in physics from the Ohio State University in 2010 and is working on his Ph. D. at Arizona State University. Currently he is studying the depolarization of ³He at 0.3 Kelvin on the Duke University campus at the Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory. His advisor is Ricardo Alarcon (ASU). He’s research is being directed by Robert Golub (NCSU), a world leading expert experimentalist in Utracold Neutrons and many other aspects of cryogenics.