Archive for August 2nd, 2006

In more senselessness, I’m adding one more installment to my “Judge a (Physics) Book by its Cover” posts. My first post dealt with quantum field theory texts and my second post addressed mechanics texts. This time around I’ll be commenting unnecessarily about the covers of some of the remaining “standard” texts in high energy physics. […]


This post has nothing to do with physics, Stanford, or Berkeley. However, I wanted to share it anyway. I ran into this video on Youtube: It is a clip of a “Puss Caterpillar,” the larvae of a Flannel Moth Megalopyge opercularis. Apparently it’s poisonous and in Mexico it’s called el perrito (tiny dog). Other specimins […]