The autumn scenery of Suzunomiya Park, Sakai. The photo was taken on November 26, 2010.
From tweets of yesterday (edited by rephrasing, adding words, etc.)
About Arts–Science Interaction
"Symphony of science: A wave of reason." A video that brings science and music together in a creative way. Guardian (December 1, 2010).
"Magnetic fields may protect exo-earths after all." Astronomers fear that Earth-like planets around dwarf stars cannot be protected by magnetic fields. Now they may be forced to change their minds. Technology Review, Physics arXiv Blog (November 30, 2010).
[Retweet of PhysOrg Science News's words] "Astronomers use moon in effort to corral elusive cosmic particles." Seeking to detect mysterious, ultra-high-energy neutrinos from distant regions of space, a team of astronomers used the Moon as part of an innovative telescope system for the search. PhysOrg (November 30, 2010).
In Sean Carroll's From Eternity to Here, I again found the mentioning about a book I read earlier: R. Pirsig's Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry into Values.
[Retweet of TIME.com's words] "Virtual book club: Five great social reading sites" Times (November 30, 2010).
秋色 ２１ (Autumn Colors 21)