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 Big Apple! And I’m pleased to say that, having made it here, I’m confident that I can make it anywhere. Today I was on the Leonard Lopate Show for a pretty long interview. We talked about symmetry, … Continue reading
Tap. Tap. Is this thing on? I just wanted to give a few brief announcements. We’ve sold the Greek version of the “User’s Guide” to Klidarithmos Publications. We are officially huge in the Mediterranean. For those keeping track at home, … Continue reading