This is the headquarters for "A User's Guide to the Universe," published in March 2010, and "The Universe in the Rearview Mirror" published in Summer, 2013. We've got fun cartoons, snarky commentary on cosmology and physics, and tutorials on everything from black holes to the Higgs Boson.
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I get a fair amount of email in response to my io9 columns. My latest one, on distance scales in the expanding universe, resulted in more than its fair share. I thought it might be useful to write a few … Continue reading
Last week, I posted an entry on io9.com calling for “Ask the Physicist” type questions. People responded, um…, with gusto. There were nearly 400 comments on the original post, and well over 200 unique questions. I’ve started posting answers. #1 … Continue reading