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Telescoper

Cosmic VarianceBy Sean CarrollSeptember 28, 2008 8:40 PM

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From Andrew Jaffe, I just learned that Peter Coles has a new blog:

Peter is a theoretical cosmologist at Cardiff, in the UK, and the author of various interesting books. And in case you didn't notice it in John's last post, there is a new blog by particle theorist Ben Lillie:

Ben's thesis advisor was our very own JoAnne, so this is practically our blog-offspring. And it also reminds me that I never properly introduced the blog of my own former student, Eugene Lim:

Finally, for those who don't scan the comments as well as the posts themselves, CV commenter (and distinguished string theorist) Moshe Rozali has joined David Berenstein at

Putting them all together, amount of blogging by respectable physicists has taken a substantial leap forward. We still have a long way to go to catch up to the economists.

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