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Cool Science Elsewhere

You know what I’ve been delinquent in? Posting about some of the other blogs out there that I take for granted as being great, because they are. A random sampling of good stuff:

Swans on Tea discussing entanglement in the popular press.
Chad Orzel on the physics of Rumpelstiltskin.
Dirac Sea on the fine art of research, and its ludicrous slowness.
Cocktail Party Physics gives Isis a run for her money with the physics of jewelery.
Would you like to learn how to generate Pythagorean triples in one post? Yes you (and I) would! Arcsecond will teach you how.
Here’s Fryeburg Academy Physics on candy corn… in space!

These are mostly just from my blogroll, and there’s a lot of other good stuff elsewhere. I will try to point it out more often! And feel free to point out interesting stuff I’ve missed – heck, promote your own blog. Self-promotion is totally fine with me so long as it’s not just spamming, and I’ll try to include most of the good suggestions in future installments.


  1. #1 AK
    May 9, 2009

    Well, since you ask…

    I’m into speculation based on research. Featured first (gasp) on the latest Scientia Pro Publica. Relevant comments always welcome.

  2. #2 adlib
    May 10, 2009


    a physics-related webcomic, for when you get tired of reading blogs 🙂

  3. #3 Christopher
    May 11, 2009

    If you’re interested, I’ve recently started a blog on the science of exoplanets: innumerableworlds (click on my name to get to the blog). I haven’t written much in the past couple of weeks because grad school has gotten in the way. But I hope to start up again later this week.


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