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’m in the midst of writing a couple of sections on how spin really works. Not coincidentally, I’m also discussing these topics in my Quantum Field Theory class, where we get to do all of the math. In the process, … Continue reading
My latest column is up! This is a bit different than my normal fare, since I’m trying to tackle the sci-fi side of things head on. However, it’s entirely like my normal fare in that I end up being a … Continue reading