Cosmic Variations

By Mark Trodden | November 11, 2006 11:15 pm

We have a small piece of news here at Cosmic Variance. Our friend and co-blogger Clifford Johnson is moving over to post exclusively on his terrific new blog, Asymptotia. The rest of us would like to thank Clifford for all his hard work here, and wish him all the best in his future endeavors. I’m sure we’ll be linking to some of his posts, and if you haven’t done so already, take a look at Asymptotia.

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  • Troublemaker

    Who?

  • http://brahms.phy.vanderbilt.edu/~rknop/blog/ Rob Knop

    All good. Asymptita is Clifford’s idiom, and seems to be thiriving, so nothing is lost.

  • http://countiblis.blogspot.com Count Iblis

    And this variation is a consequence of density fluctuations in the early Universe. :)

  • spyder

    And this variation is a consequence of density fluctuations

    Well either that or some butterfly taking off a year ago in the Amazon rainforest?? Clifford’s efforts are greatly appreciated, and though his presence here will be missed, his voice still shine in the tubes of the internets.

  • Elliot

    Maybe it’s me but something felt lost here with Clifford moving over to his own site. I visit here and there but it is not the same. Sometimes the sum is greater than the simple total of the parts. (i.e. The Beatles)

    But as that band says Life goes on….

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About Mark Trodden

Mark Trodden holds the Fay R. and Eugene L. Langberg Endowed Chair in Physics and is co-director of the Center for Particle Cosmology at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a theoretical physicist working on particle physics and gravity— in particular on the roles they play in the evolution and structure of the universe. When asked for a short phrase to describe his research area, he says he is a particle cosmologist.

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