A science is any discipline in which the fool of this generation can go beyond the point reached by the genius of the last generationMax Gluckman
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At the beginning of June 2018, I gave an (academic) talk on the discovery of the Higgs boson at a meeting at Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, Ohio, USA) to celebrate fifty years of the Standard Model – the SM@50. … Continue reading
When the Guardian’s science blog network closes, Life & Physics will have been here for eight years. Physics has come a long way in that time, but there is (as always) more to be done… My sign-off from The Guardian.
Originally posted on Open Mind:
Suppose I wanted to convince people that temperature in the USA wasn’t going up, it was going down. What would I show? Let’s try yearly average temperature in the conterminous U.S., also known as the…
Since the big discovery of 2012, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN has been accumulating data and making steady progress. Two recent results establish the origins of the mass of the two heaviest quarks At the Guardian.
Audio documentary by Robin Ince and Trent Burton at the Cosmic Shambles network.
Interview on BBC Inside Science.
Interview on BBC Radio 4 Inside Science.
Interview with Adam Rutherford on BBC Inside Science.
The particles of which the universe is made don’t much care which way time goes. But we do, and so do the stars and the planets. At the Guardian.
And why it matters At the Guardian.