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The Sciences

Live-blogging from the lab

Cosmic VarianceBy Sean CarrollDecember 12, 2005 11:51 PM

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Hopefully Mark's post explains why there hasn't been much content from this occasional blog lately -- at least three of us are distracted by the New Views symposium (about which I also hope to say something substantive soon). While you're all waiting for our ungrounded speculations about the universe to return, why not cleanse the palate with some real experimental physics? Chad Orzel at Uncertain Principles has just completed a week's worth of blogging about the work in his lab. Check out the entries to see the unpredictable hazards of hands-on research. (For a theorist like me, a typical unpredictable hazard is when the barista uses 2% instead of whole milk in my latte.)

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