The Curious Wavefunction
Musings on science, history, philosophy and literature
On free speech, crossing the Rubicon and the need to unite
I woke up to some welcome news today, news that after an extended period of disappointment and disillusionment, has left me feeling better ...
Von Neumann In 1955 And 2020: Musings Of A Cheerful Pessimist On Technological Survival
Johnny von Neumann enjoying some of the lighter aspects of technology. The cap lights up when its wearer blows into the tube. “All e...
Book Review: "American Rebels", by Nina Sankovitch
I greatly enjoyed this excellent book on the intertwined lives and fortunes of three families from the litt le town of Braintree - the Ad...
Book review: Quantum mechanics and quantum mechanics. David Kaiser's "Quantum Legacies: Dispatches from an Uncertain World"
David Kaiser is a remarkable man. He has two PhDs from Harvard, one in physics and one in the history of science, and is a professor in t...
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