Thursday Throughput: Parallel Universes Edition


Michael Siegel

Michael Siegel is an astronomer living in Pennsylvania. He is on Twitter, blogs at his own site, and has written a novel.

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6 Responses

  1. Avatar Oscar Gordon says:

    I get that most science reporting can be dreadfully dull, but clickbaity headlines and articles don’t actually help foster scientific literacy.

    This is how we get anti-vaxxers who freak out over mercury in the vaccine, because chemistry is hard, y’all.Report

  2. Avatar Michael Cain says:

    The first footnote is a bit ironic. New Scientist’s long-standing editorial position is that no one should be allowed to put science behind paywalls.Report

  3. Avatar Pinky says:

    Multiple universes that are completely separate except for interactions with neutrinos moving in an unexpected direction in one experiment. Kill away, Doc Buzzkill.Report

  4. The simple explanation is that trapped neutrinos are being released as the Antarctic ice sheet melts, but that’s being suppressed because it’s evidence of global warming.Report

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