Category Archives: Astronomy
Well, I can’t get into my Guardian site, because of some VPN and password mix up. And yet I desperately need to write something to take my mind off the derby this evening. So here I am, back again. Today … Continue reading
Bending of light by dark matter is a vital observational tool in cosmology. So if you are going to use cosmology to accuse financial institutions of a “blind faith in maths”, you might at least google it first. At The … Continue reading
The ANITA experiment is designed to look for neutrinos, but saw 16 ultra-high-energy cosmic rays by mistake. At The Guardian.