Things worth reading August 12, 2007Posted by dorigo in astronomy, Blogroll, internet, physics, science.
Deep into August, the list of things I should have already finished but haven’t even started doing is growing, yet I insist in taking my time peeking at a few sites where I usually get fresh interesting science or just intriguing discussions. Here is a short list of things I liked reading:
– Alexey Petrov reports in a series of posts from Charm 07. Definitely worth some of your time.
– Jester at Resonaances explains the Entropic Principle. Always enlightening.
– You must see a frightening plot demonstrating global warming. I first saw it in Kea’s blog.
– Babe in the universe has news on dark galaxies, and a post on why dark energy is bad for astronomy.
That is all for now…