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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- A day of xenon collisions at CERN 15/10/2017
- Could the theory which predicted gravitational waves be wrong? 03/10/2017
- UK invests £65M in Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment in US 24/09/2017
- Experiment reveals evidence for a previously unseen behaviour of light 03/09/2017
- Newly discovered particles, and what’s in them 20/08/2017
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Category Archives: Climate Change
Recently I was involved in discussions that led to a meeting of climate-change skeptics moving from UCL premises. As a result, a couple of articles appeared about me on a climate website and on the right-wing “Breitbart” site. In the more measured … Continue reading
At the Guardian.
At the Guardian.
I guess every blogger has to blog about blogging at some point. I was on a panel of science bloggers at a talkfest organised by Alice Bell and Beck Smith last week, so it has been on my mind, and … Continue reading
I strive to retain respect for philosophy and philosophers, really I do. Some of my best friends are philosophers. I’d hate to dismiss a whole area of intellectual endeavour as a sterile playground for clever wasters creating and demolishing pointless … Continue reading