Looking for a combination of quantum rodents, structural realism and balls? You can read a chapter from Trespassing on Einstein's Lawn at Scientific American.
I am thrilled to be a new member of PEN American Center, an organization dedicated to promoting literature and freedom of expression around the world.
My chat with Calla Cofield about physics, philosophy and dangerous ideas.
For John Archibald Wheeler, the physics of time was personal. My article in the January issue of Nautilus.
"Nothing quite prepared me for this book." Scientific American's George Musser blogs about Trespassing on Einstein's Lawn.
What scientific idea is ready for retirement? I argue that it's the universe.
The first review of my new book, Trespassing on Einstein's Lawn (Bantam, 1/14), is in! From Kirkus Reviews.
In this week's New Scientist I talk with physicists and mathematicians who say it's time to give up on the idea of the infinite.
My contribution to the Edge.org conversation with the always intriguing Lee Smolin on the reality of time and the mutability of physical law.
I am thrilled to have won the FQXi 2012 Essay Contest Judging Panel Discretionary Prize for my essay, "Cosmic Solipsism".
My contribution to the 2013 annual Edge question: What should we be worried about? (Or what can we stop worrying about?)