Guest Post at Scientific American

Oh, you think I'm going to explain this figure here? You have to read the actual post!

As I hinted the other day, I’ve been doing writing for projects other than this blog, including the Scientific American Guest Blog!

What Does the New Double-Slit Experiment Actually Show?

The article I wrote is a little more technical and a little longer than the posts I usually have here, but I hope you’ll go over and read it anyway. Obviously leave comments there, but if you definitely want to get my attention, feel free to leave comments on this post as well.

3 responses to “Guest Post at Scientific American”

  1. […] supposed to be doing classwork. Since said summer class has been keeping me busy (though not busy enough to keep me completely out of trouble), so I’m happy for a little enforced downtime in which I […]

  2. […] are precisely identical. Every electron is identical to every other; photons of the same color (as in a laser) are also indistinguishable. Richard Feynman, pictured above, imagined a way of thinking in which […]

  3. […] I admit I was biased when I began to read today’s Guest Blog at Scientific American. (This is the same blog I contributed to earlier, so I have more than a bit of fondness for it.) The post is entitled “Maybe Black Holes […]

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