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The Sciences

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Cosmic VarianceBy Mark TroddenJuly 8, 2007 5:35 PM

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In early 2005, back when I blogged at Orange Quark, I wrote about my good friend Teri Weaver, who is a reporter (then based in Seoul, now in Tokyo), for the military newspaper, Stars and Stripes. Teri was heading off for a six week assignment in Iraq and had started an interesting and well-written blog detailing her visit. It was fascinating reading, and I was lucky enough to get some first-hand versions of the stories when Teri and I met up in Beijing later that year. Well, it's two years later and Teri is back in Iraq for another assignment and is once again writing at Stonesoup. The posts are a riveting and quite personal window into what it is like to be on the ground in Iraq, and I hope you'll drop by and take a look at some of them. Update: I hadn't realized, but Teri's blog is invitation-only! However, Teri has been nice enough to participate in our comment thread and writes

If you’d like to take a peek, send Mark your email and I’ll sign you up. I’m a little leary of putting it out there for the web-at-large. Thanks! Teri

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