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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By Michael Krämer. At the Guardian. Advertisements
At the Guardian.
At the Guardian.
Using images and art to try and understand science can be helpful, misleading, flaky or fun. But it seems to be inescapable. So on a relaxing Saturday morning, where the fact that my daughter and I are recuperating from colds … Continue reading
See also Chapter 2.6 of Smashing Physics. Claiming to understand the universe from first principles is all very well, but the foundations have to be built on experiment and observation. And it is slow, hard work. Even in Pisa. Continued … Continue reading
At The Guardian PS “Speak My Brains”, hat-tip to the Day Today.