D is for Dark Matter

7 thoughts on “D is for Dark Matter”

  1. I’ve only been following for a little while, but I really enjoy your blog. I like how you are able to move back and forth between very different topics (from poetry, to philosophy, to personal experience, to astronomy, and so on), something that I aspire to do with my blog too. I especially like how you are able to write expository “hey isn’t this interesting?” posts that explain technical subjects clearly and simply, in a way that a non-expert can appreciate, whether it’s Descartes’ philosophy of doubt or the phenomenon of dark matter. That takes some skills.

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  2. Another awesome post for A-Z. I admit I got a little lost in there for a while, but that’s mostly because I’m a visual learner. Thank for having some visuals of something not naturally able to be “seen” to help get the point across! Our universe is an amazing thing. :)

    Alex Hurst, A Fantasy Author in Kyoto
    A-Z Blogging in April Participant


  3. So glad I wandered by! I like the peaceful way your blog is designed – easy to read and lovely to look at. This was an interesting post and I wonder if you’ve read the Philip Pullman trilogy called His Dark Materials? It is supposedly for youth but I loved it – better, deeper than most speculative fiction for youth. They made a movie of one of them but it was shite really. anywhoozie I’m glad to have met you on the A to Zed challenge.


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