Cosmologist and communicator.
Scientists are slowly scaling up quantum effects from atomic to human size.
At small scales, gravity seems to blow up—but not if space becomes 1-D.
There is no known physics theory that is true at every scale—there may never be.
After a decade, Peter Woit still thinks string theory is a gory mess.
What does a rational scientist do with an impossible result?
Portable slow-light technology could measure the speed of glaciers in real time.
New theories have mixed perception and knowledge into the hardest of sciences.
Fundamental theories of nature aren’t allowed to hide information.
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