|Of fountain pens and the rest of life
||[Mar. 18th, 2011|07:55 am]
Here's my latest Nature Futures story for your reading pleasure this Friday morning, Entanglement. Like all of the Futures stories in Nature, it's less than a thousand words--just a tiny bite. Enjoy!
A tiny bite that bites back. Wow.
Very nicely done. Succinct, yet powerful.
That is amazing. "Bites back" is right.
I would hate that so so much. I have enough trouble in this world with not being sure I really know what I know.
Nicely done, though.
2011-03-18 06:14 pm (UTC)
I'm sure some alternate version of me has a more eloquent response to this, but I'm going to have to stick with "Wow".
At the risk of sounding redundant, wow. Thanks!
Oh goodness, Mris. That's lovely and alarming.
I'll fall back on what others have said: oh, wow!
Feeling like I've read this story at exactly the right time. Just last week was re-watching the explanation of quantum mechanics in PBS' NOVA three-part program on String Theory.
I felt more drawn in to this story than to the amusing quantum anecdotes in the PBS program.
Better than NOVA is a high compliment indeed; thanks!