Eleanor was sitting on the balcony of her condominium letting the sun and cool spring breeze take turns kissing her face, as she was sipping on a glass of Robert Mondavi’s Merlot. All of a sudden the sky went completely dark as if a light switch was turned off in a brightly lit room. “What the hell,” thought Eleanor as she looked up to the sky and briefly saw stars shine against the momentarily dark sky. She glanced down at her watch and the time was showing 2:00 p.m. Within about ten minutes the brightness of the day re-appeared. The youngest recipient of the Noble Peace Prize would find herself thrust into a problem solving mode to try and find out how darkness could appear when it was daylight.