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Brief Answers to the Big Questions by Stephen Hawking – review

Back in the Guardian (well, the Observer actually) with a review of Stephen Hawking’s final book . A couple of paragraphs didn’t make the edit; no complaints from me about that, but I put them here mainly for the sake of … Continue reading

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Playful Explorations

Originally posted on NearcticTraveller:
Atom Land: A Guided Tour Through the Strange (And Impossibly Small) World of Particle Physics by Jon Butterworth. The Experiment. New York. 2018. A Mind at Play: How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age by Jimmy…

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Book Review — Atom Land: A Guided Tour Through the Strange (and Impossibly Small) World of Particle Physics

Originally posted on Evilcyclist's Blog:
Atom Land: A Guided Tour Through the Strange (and Impossibly Small) World of Particle Physics by Jon Butterworth. Butterworth is a lecture in particle physics at a layman’s level. Butterworth is a physics professor…

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Why use a map to tell the story?

The paperback edition of A Map of the Invisible is out now, and to help promote it we made a few videos on some of the themes in the book. Here’s the second one:

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