Physics World Plug

Just time for a quick bit of shameless self-promotion. This month’s Edition of Physics World has an article by me as cover feature. Here’s a sneak preview, but to read the whole thing you’ll have to rush out and buy a copy! Alternatively, you can find it online here.


17 Responses to “Physics World Plug”

  1. Peter: I spotted that. By the way, is it supposed to be freely available online here?

    Please feel free to delete this comment!

  2. That’s a wonderful image. Could you post it in a higher resolution? 🙂

  3. Congratulations! I don’t know where you find the time to do all these things.

    It would be churlish to note the issue of open access. As Mark mentions, the image (and much other Planck material) is freely available from ESA, and other web sites.

    • Does anyone know anything about this? A quick web search seems to indicate that it is a vehicle for geocentrism. If so, then the famous cosmologists interviewed very probably had their remarks taken out of context.

      Can anyone point me to a rational description of this, for example to a forum where people don’t use icons (as in religious icons) as their avatars? 🙂

  4. What happened to the smileys? :-> 😦 😐

  5. From the article: “But although this is the end of the Planck mission, it is by no means the end of the Planck era”

    I always thought that the Planck era ended 10^(-35) seconds after the big bang. 🙂

  6. Mark McCaughrean Says:

    Interesting conversation you’re having with yourself here, Phillip 🙂

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