Comments for Lucid thoughts http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress making complex science accessible Sun, 06 Mar 2016 04:56:48 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.6.4 Comment on Me, a bird-brain? thank you for the compliment by Neuro XR Cognitive Enhancer http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=560#comment-402864 Sun, 06 Mar 2016 04:56:48 +0000 http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=560#comment-402864 Thanks for another great article. Where else may just anyone get
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Comment on Romantic science’s electric moment: the speculative physics of Ørsted, Ampère and Faraday by Whewell’s Gazette: Vol: #36 | Whewell's Ghost http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1740#comment-330800 Tue, 24 Feb 2015 15:41:41 +0000 http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1740#comment-330800 […] Lucid Thoughts: Romantic science’s electric moment: the speculative physics of Ørsted, Ampère and Faraday […]

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Comment on Concrete: a thoroughly modern material by Sara Welsh http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1567#comment-126787 Thu, 25 Sep 2014 23:57:44 +0000 http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1567#comment-126787 It’s amazing what scientists have been able to do with concrete. We’ve been able to create so much with concrete. We have bridges, dams, and so many other great things because of the evolution of concrete.

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Comment on The perils of space exploration: last flight of space shuttle Columbia by Adolfo http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1259#comment-122566 Sun, 21 Sep 2014 10:32:11 +0000 http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1259#comment-122566 Hey ѵery nice blog!

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Comment on The perils of space exploration: last flight of space shuttle Columbia by Tessa http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1259#comment-13818 Wed, 02 Apr 2014 12:25:08 +0000 http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1259#comment-13818 Hello, just wanted to tell you, I liked this blog post.
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Comment on Black holes and revelations: Stephen Hawking memoir by Warren http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1674#comment-12916 Tue, 25 Feb 2014 23:39:21 +0000 http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1674#comment-12916 Perfect review Kevin. Many biographies provide you with an almost statistical knowledge of the individual leaving you no closer to knowing what it would be like to know them. That’s perfectly fine in many instances but this is the reverse. Given the complexity of his work this reads like a breath of fresh air.

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Comment on Ahead of his time: the genius of Nikola Tesla by john http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1268#comment-12805 Thu, 06 Feb 2014 09:35:53 +0000 http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1268#comment-12805 is good article

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Comment on Ahead of his time: the genius of Nikola Tesla by toplama Bilgisayar http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1268#comment-12787 Wed, 29 Jan 2014 14:20:52 +0000 http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1268#comment-12787 I like nikola tesla. Him very big doctor a

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Comment on Schrödinger’s cat: the quantum world not so absurd after all? by Christopher Ellis http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1500#comment-12761 Thu, 23 Jan 2014 10:50:56 +0000 http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1500#comment-12761 Just researching the fine line between Decoherence & Homeostasis in Mind & Matter. Especially as “Decoherence occurs when a system interacts with its environment in a thermodynamically irreversible way.” to quote Wikipedia. There is no box! regarding Thinking. Yes, I am Australian, too.

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Comment on Pluto’s new moons named: Spock still homeless by Kevin Orrman-Rossiter http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1471#comment-10032 Wed, 31 Jul 2013 05:17:06 +0000 http://lucidthoughts.com.au/wordpress/?p=1471#comment-10032 Last Thursday at the Pluto Science Conference the main topics of the talk sessions were Pluto’s and Charon’s geology and interactions between the surface and the atmosphere. But late in the morning session there was a surprising and interesting talk by Amanda Zangari, who pointed out a serious problem with Pluto cartography. How can cartography possibly be a problem?

Read more: http://www.planetary.org/blogs/emily-lakdawalla/2013/07301442-plutosci-zangari-cartography.html

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