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Good news, everyone! Those of you who don’t follow me on twitter or facebook will be pleased to learn that there is a new book officially on the way. The tentative title (always prone to change) is “The Why of … Continue reading
I’ve been a little lax with the blogging lately. I’m sure you’ll forgive me. Before getting to the main topic, I have a couple of quick announcements: I have an column coming out Wednesday or Thursday this week. I’ll be … Continue reading
As most of you know by now, I’m working on my next book. While I haven’t come up with a particularly snappy title yet, the general theme will be symmetry, and how it gives rise to physical laws and how … Continue reading
Every now and again, I like to share an email that is really interesting, but not quite right for the column. I got a question the other day which brought to mind my next book on Symmetry. A reader named … Continue reading