Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Aspartame Conspiracy #newstuff

You can tell your posts are getting read by someone when you get contacted by strangers. Actually it happened a lot on my first blog, but that’s because I was part of a forum and blogged about my wedding plans. … Continue reading

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Do you Trust Atoms?

It’s a play: ‘Trusting Atoms: the Last Trials of Ludwig Boltzmann’, a tragic science play, no less. Locked in a conflict over the existence of atoms, 19th century physics and philosophy become personal, like all other human endeavour. I first … Continue reading

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Beauty of climbing in art

Just because wow.

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Hot Topics and Fixed Conclusions

How many people out there love satellites, but hate surveillance? A friend just emailed me this, along with the title “Why would people end privacy?” I remember having the same debate in school: is it worth having surveillance to combat … Continue reading

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