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Five sigma and all that

At the Guardian.

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Ask a grown-up: is there anything smaller than an atom?

And another non-“Life & Physics” article posted here so I can find it. One of the Guardian Weekend “Ask a grown-up” series. Most common response: “You did better than Sir Ranulph Fiennes”…

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(Don’t) Respect my Authority

At the Guardian.

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Evidence and education: It’s not about Gove v Marx

At the Guardian.

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The physics of climbing – and falling

By Leo Westland. At the Guardian.

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From Barcelona

At the Guardian.

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Learning and terror, ten years on

At the Guardian.

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Kebabbing jellybabies, teaching science

At the Guardian.

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Blogging the Big Bang

Flying penguins vs plastic balls at the ExCel Centre. Justin Evans, a researcher at UCL, tells the tale… At The Guardian.

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When A times B isn’t B times A

Paul Dirac: The Matrix has you. At The Guardian. See also Chapter 7.4 of Smashing Physics.

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