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The problem with keeping information secret is not that secrecy is never warranted, it's that it is always easier to classify something as secret than not, and this leads not just to the withholding of potentially important information from the public but also...
Carl Woese, who saw an integrated view for 21st centurybiology; from molecules to communitiesStarting today, I will be writing a monthly column for the outstanding website 3 Quarks Daily. My first post deals with the limitations of the technological zeitgeist...
The world woke up on the morning of November 7, 1919, to an amazing piece of news. A few months before in May, the English astronomer Arthur Eddington had led an expedition to the island of Principe off the west coast of Africa to try to observe one of the...

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The problem with keeping information secret is not that secrecy is never warranted, it's that it is always easier to classify something as secret than not, and this leads not just to the withholding of potentially important information from the public but also...
Carl Woese, who saw an integrated view for 21st centurybiology; from molecules to communitiesStarting today, I will be writing a monthly column for the outstanding website 3 Quarks Daily. My first post deals with the limitations of the technological zeitgeist...
The world woke up on the morning of November 7, 1919, to an amazing piece of news. A few months before in May, the English astronomer Arthur Eddington had led an expedition to the island of Principe off the west coast of Africa to try to observe one of the...