Friday, June 10, 2005

Science News & Friends

Posted by Trent Walters at 6:10 AM
(Still working on post re:evolution--see Jared Diamond's Guns, Germs, and Steel, pg 20-25)

Speaking of evolution, here's a facinating poster on stellar/planetary evolution (PhyOrg & original University of Missouri poster).

More humor from Non-Sequitur on the Anti-Mundane theory of science.

How do we pick out certain images from a crowd? (PhysOrg and source article)

PhysOrg reports on the projected impact of climate change on Africa.

6 Comments:

Blogger S.M. Stirling said...

I might point out, btw, that a lot of physicists -- an increasing number -- think that both FTL and time travel _are_ possible, at least theoretically.

6/17/2005 08:18:00 PM  
Blogger Trent said...

When the experiments show this (assuming they show it possible for humans), then we'll take them off the list.

You miss our point though. What if--a famous SF postulate--this is all we have?

Is this really so terrible a postulate?

6/19/2005 05:30:00 PM  
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12/23/2005 08:16:00 PM  
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12/28/2005 11:57:00 PM  
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