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The Sciences

Thoughtful, Consistent Diplomacy

Cosmic VarianceBy Sean CarrollJune 20, 2007 11:45 PM

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This morning's Chicago Tribune website, via The American Sector:

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I'll give them the benefit of the doubt that it is a mistake. But I do wonder how exactly that happened. Also interesting on the internets: Randy Barnett gives you the inside scoop on being a technical consultant for, and landing a minor role in, a legitmate Hollywood movie; and Ezra Klein talks about the importance of changing areas of specialization throughout one's career. Both of which I note because it would be very easy to substitute "scientist" for "lawyer" and "pundit" in the respective discussions. Consider this an open thread in which you are encouraged to mock my co-bloggers for being the slackers they so obviously are. Also, if you have any groundbreaking theories about the fundamental nature of space and time and would like someone to have a look at them because reading up on the literature yourself sounds like too much of a bother and besides which great wisdom only springs forth from a position of ignorance, this is the place!

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