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2014/12/18 11:33
2014/12/18 11:33
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It’s the social mobility of their respective elite classes. What does this mean? Well, two professors, Gregory Clark and Neil Cummins, have recently published a very interesting paper called “Surnames...
2014/12/18 11:33
2014/12/18 11:33
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2014/12/17 01:28
2014/12/17 01:28
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Daily life in rich countries is full of complex decisions: about borrowing, saving, buying, accepting medical treatment, allowing access to personal information, choosing foods and so on. One response...
2014/12/13 01:38
2014/12/13 01:38
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Consider it an online pre-Christmas gift for brainiacs and brainiac lovers. Thirteen thick volumes of documents from the life of Albert Einstein have been made available for free online this month...
2014/12/12 09:49
2014/12/12 09:49
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Jack Zipes on those saucy Grimms’ fairy tales your mother never told you Not suitable for children: the author of the bestselling first English translation of the original first edition reveals...
2014/12/10 20:43
2014/12/10 20:43
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This has been an exciting year for books about birds. In addition to the pleasure and utility of the publication of the second edition of David Sibley’s North American guide, the new crop of books...
2014/12/09 17:21
2014/12/09 17:21
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... read that hogwash!' Newly unearthed letter from 'enraged' Albert Einstein to Marie Curie in 1911 advises female scientist to ignore her critics Today we call them 'trolls' but in 1911,...
2014/12/08 20:28
2014/12/08 20:28
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Albert Einstein is known for his mass–energy equivalence formula E = mc2, dubbed "the world's most famous equation"(Wikicommons) Albert Einstein's tempestuous love life has been uncovered with the...
2014/12/08 16:32
2014/12/08 16:32
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... Albert Einstein Documents Go OnlinePrinceton Puts Papers Up as Part of Project Thousands of documents including the scientific research and personal writings of Albert Einstein have been put...
2014/12/07 06:46
2014/12/07 06:46
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Articulate: Helen Garner, This House of Grief. Photo: Simon Schluter GRAEME SIMSION This House of Grief (Text): Regardless of topic, I'll read Helen Garner for her intelligent and articulate...
2014/12/07 06:42
2014/12/07 06:42
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At 524 pages, Ten Thousand Birds: Ornithology Since Darwin by Tim Birkhead, Jo Wimpenny, and Bob Montgomery (2014, $45, Princeton University Press), is much more than a history of ornithology. It is a...
2014/12/06 23:39
2014/12/06 23:39
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A digitized manuscript of Albert Einstein’s preserved works is now accessible online through a free searchable database. Going beyond ground-breaking theories, the Collected Papers of Albert Einstein...
2014/12/06 20:48
2014/12/06 20:48
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Thousands of papers containing the musings and correspondence of physics megaboffin Albert Einstein have been published online by Princeton University. The collection containing 13 volumes, dubbed...
2014/12/05 22:38
2014/12/05 22:38
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Life isn't always easy, even when you're a genius. But what else do you have in common with Albert Einstein? A free archive of the famed physicist's writings released on Friday might help you find...
2014/12/05 21:39
2014/12/05 21:39
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From the explorer to the weirdo, here are Globe Books’ plentiful holiday picks for everyone in your life The Canadian Geographic Atlas of Canada, (HarperCollins, 304 pages, $79) Constantly confusing...
2014/12/05 13:21
2014/12/05 13:21
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Inside the mind that came up with the world’s most famous equation: Huge archive of Einstein’s documents reveal how he got to E=mc2 – and touching letters to his future wife Online archive contains...
2014/12/01 21:36
2014/12/01 21:36
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Princeton Primers in ClimateThe Global Carbon Cycle Atmosphere, Clouds, and Climate Climate and the Oceans The Cryosphere Paleoclimate Planetary Climates Climate and EcosystemsDavid Archer,...
2014/12/01 13:39
2014/12/01 13:39
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If you would like to produce good quantitative social-science research, try remembering these two words: "ceteris paribus." That's Latin for "other things being equal." And it's a key principle when...
2014/12/01 13:19
2014/12/01 13:19
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Will the landmark climate agreement between the U.S. and China reached in November spur progress towards a global deal in Lima? (Feng Li, Getty) Three weeks ago, the U.S. and China announced a...
2014/11/30 17:53
2014/11/30 17:53
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With all the people yelling and screaming and rushing from here to there, it is easy to miss the sentimental side of the city of New York. But there is one — and readers can catch a glimpse of it in...
2014/11/24 11:36
2014/11/24 11:36
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Families, argue Harry Brighouse and Adam Swift in their new book “Family Values”, are a “problem” for proponents of the egalitarian ideal. “One does not have to favour anything as far-fetched and...
2014/12/18 11:33
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