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My university news service wanted to do a short interview about the Russian meteor strike last week. I’ll post a link when it’s up, but I figured I’d post my responses in full here. Enjoy! – Dave Q: Early reports … Continue reading
Howdy y’all! This certainly was an exciting week, what with the official Higgs announcement and all. There was also a lot of excitement (more that 75k hits!) from my io9 article pleading with you not to call it the “god … Continue reading
In case you missed it (which is likely since it was on in the middle of the night), I was interviewed on “Overnight America with Jon Grayson.” Jon and I talked about a press release put out by a team … Continue reading
A few months ago, I did an interview for a website called fivebooks.com. If you’ve never been there, the basic idea is that they interview experts in various subjects who name their five favorite books in that area. Eric Bolton, … Continue reading