Hi, everybody! I realize that it’s been much a fairly long interruption in your regular “Ask a Physicist” service, and for that, I apologize. I hope we’re back on track now. Today’s column at io9 was all about how neutrino oscillation works (or rather why we’d expect it at all), and if you haven’t already done so, please check it out.
Better yet, ask me some good questions (preferably things that have genuinely been nagging at you, rather than things that you just assume other people might want to know).
Also, I have a few announcements!
- Book Title
THE UNIVERSE IN THE REARVIEW MIRROR
A High Speed Tour of Antimatter, Evil Twins, and Other Hidden Symmetries
- Polish Translation
Action continues with the User’s Guide. Our agent, Andrew, just sold the Polish rights to Proszynski Media. This will join Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Korean, Turkish, Russian, and Italian. Cover images when they become available.
- Upcoming Talk
I will be giving a talk on January 14 at Princeton Plasma Labs as part of their “Science on Saturdays” program. My talk will be entitled:
“The Dark Side of the Universe.”
Come! Ask questions!
That’s all for now. Sorry for the radio silence.